Quality license and market control

The Quality License and Market Control Department is responsible for:

  • Implementing policies governing the supervision of market controls.
  • Inspecting factories, warehouses and retail outlets and verifying records to ensure legal compliance.
  • Issuing licenses for promotional and retail discounts; Monitoring retail outlets offering sales and discounts to ensure discounts and financial records are legally compliant.
  • Issuing relevant licenses for promotional offers on commodities and services.
  • Monitoring prize draws and distributions.
  • Issuing relevant licenses and monitoring brokerage businesses.
  • Supervising auction activities.
  • Conducting studies related to commodities, services and materials, analysing prices fluctuations, proposing mechanisms to correct prices and preventing unjustified price hikes.
  • Processing departmental customer complaints.
  • Studying and evaluating prices of commodities sold and services provided in the markets.
  • Studying the requests for price increases on commodities and services presented by suppliers.

Sections:

  1. The Special Licenses Section.
  2. The Prices Evaluation and Follow-up Section.
  3. The Field Monitoring Section.
  4. The Central Markets Section.

 

1.  The Special Licenses Section is responsible for:

  • Processing new sales permit applications and monitoring existing sales in retail outlets.
  • Processing new sales promotion applications and monitoring retail outlets that have been granted permission to carry out prize draws and distribution of gifts.
  • Processing license applications for the real-estate sector.
  • Preparing reports, statistics and comparisons related to specific licenses.

 

2. The Prices Evaluation and Follow-up Section is responsible for:

  • Processing requests of supplier price increase.
  • Studying and evaluating prices of commodities sold and services provided in the market.
  • Researching and developing improvements for the pricing of commodities, materials and services.
  • Developing and reporting on mechanisms preventing unnecessary price increases.

 

3. The Field Monitoring Section is responsible for:

  • Monitoring the market to ensure compliance with ministerial policies.
  • Inspecting factories, retail outlets, and warehouses to ensure goods are priced legally and fairly
  • Conducting facility inspections and price control campaigns.
  • Monitoring the market, price increases, special licenses and processing complaints relating to them.
  • Monitoring prize draws and supervising prize distribution.
  • Conducting market research and providing policy recommendations.

 

4. Central Markets Section is responsible for:

  • Monitoring the central market to ensure compliance with ministerial policies.
  • Monitoring of auctions carried out in the markets.
  • Regulating central market entry by issuing permit cards (i.e., wholesale merchant, retail)
  • Issuing compulsory price guidelines for fresh produce.
  • Researching and preparing reports related to the central market.

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