A primary court at Al Mesinaa issued a ruling against Asian people accused of selling expired goods and products; violating Article A/2 of the Regulations of the Law of Consumer Protection. Each defendant was fined RO500; goods were confiscated.
The Public Authority for Consumer Protection (PACP) concluded the events under the Gulf Week for Consumer Protection (GWCP) in which a number of GCC delegations participated. The events included a variety of awareness lectures, exhibitions, field visits and campaigns. All the events attracted a big turn out from all categories of society; woman, expats, students and elderlies.
celebrating the Gulf Week for Consumer Protection (GWCP), HE Shiekh HAMAD bin Khalefah Al Ibri Wali of Deba, launched the Consumer Protection Exhibition held by the Consumer Protection Office at Deba; with the attendance of a large number of high level officials.
In coordination with the Directorate General of Education in Dhofar, the Administration of the Public Authority for Consumer Protection in the Governorate of Dhofar launched a series of events in line with the celebrations of the Gulf Week for Consumer Protection (GWCP). The events included a workshop on the mechanisms followed for detecting the counterfeited goods; student training on price check machines, in order to assert the role played by the students to support local communities.
The Consumer Protection Department at Al-Batinah North celebrated recently the Gulf Week for Consumer Protection by holding a ceremony in the headquarters of the department at Sohar, under the auspices of HE Sheikh Said Bin Saleh Al-K iyumi, Chairman of Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry (OCCI).