Expat workers arrested in Oman for wrongful trade practices

Expat workers arrested in Oman for wrongful trade practices

Muscat: The Public Authority for Consumer Protection (PACP) has captured expat laborers who utilized old wooden waste to make furniture. They have been fined OMR400. 

The PACP Directorate in North Al Batinah captured these laborers who might make and upholster furniture at a homestead in Sohar, making it look like being made in two furniture producing workshops. The old, undesirable materials would then be offered to clients. 

In an announcement, the PACP stated, "The two workshops work independently to utilize materials, for example, wood and wipes in an unsanitary workplace situated close to creature pens. This prompts assembling of items that need wellbeing gauges and mischief the strength of the shopper." They would gather utilized furniture from better places, an infringement in itself of the Consumer Protection Law and afterward exchange them different ways. 

"This is infringing upon the Protection Law, and in like manner, an authoritative fine was forced on the two workshops of OMR200 each for a sum of OMR 400," the PACP included. 

"The Public Authority for Consumer Protection keeps on checking and control all the Sultanate's business sectors, and it calls upon all to participate in detailing such practices so as to arrive at a solid and safe market."

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