The Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MOCI) has announced an initiative to regulate blacksmithing and carpentry workshops and warehouses that carry out their activities in cities and on commercial streets.
MOCI said, through its Twitter account, that as part of its efforts in cooperation with the Ministry of Municipality and Environment and the Ministry of Interior to regulate and monitor commercial activities in the country, and in accordance with the laws, controls and requirements in force in the country, blacksmithing and carpentry workshops and warehouses that carry out their activities in cities and commercial streets are prohibited to carry out its business and activities outside the site of the license granted to it, or inside houses and unlicensed sites, or the exploitation of public parking spaces, sidewalks, squares and neighboring spaces or residential neighborhoods.
It is also prohibited to place and store goods and supplies related to commercial activity in front of shops, in public parking lots or sidewalks, or between residential neighborhoods, homes and unlicensed sites.
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