Legal action was taken against businesses found to be operating improperly.
Addis Ababa: September 29, 2014 (WIC)
The zone’s chief administrator, Seyed Mohammed, said that more than 2,000 businesses have been inspected so far.
Of these, more than 800 companies that do not have a valid business license, have not posted a legal price list, have suffered from improper production, have been warned to increase the cost of living. 769 organizations sealed. Twenty-five organizations have been charged and their cases have been taken to court.
Strong action has been taken in this regard, He said it will continue to be strengthened.
He also said that there is a supply problem that cannot be solved by taking other measures and bringing businesses to the right path.
According to the report, 880 quintals of teff, 790 quintals of maize, 650 quintals of sorghum, 1,220 quintals of bread flour and 550,000 liters of oil have been imported from other areas in South Wollo zone.