Thu, 23 Aug 2018 09:56 - Updated Thu, 23 Aug 2018 09:55
Malanje: Minister wants strictness in commercial inspection
Malanje - The Trade minister, Jofre Van-Dúnem dos Santos, last Wednesday in the northern Malanje Province defended greater strictness in the inspection of commercial establishments in regard to the obeisance of the commercial legislation, with a view to safeguarding food security and quality products
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Trade minister Jofre Van- Dunem
Photo: Gaspar dos Santos
The minister made this appeal after visiting some shops in Malanje City, where he found some irregularities.
“Such aspects must be corrected to safeguard the quality of products (...)”, adding that the inspection work must also be improved.
On Thursday, the mister is to inaugurate the decentralisation system of issuing commercial licences and hold a meeting with the local entrepreneurs, among other activities.
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