An Expat and Citizen fined 40,000 Riyals for running Illegal Business in Saudi Arabia

An Expat and Citizen fined 40,000 Riyals for running Illegal Business in Saudi Arabia
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The Saudi national was found guilty of violating labor regulations by covering up the Syrian and allowing him to illegally run a private business dealing in spare parts of washing machines in the capital city Riyadh, the ministry said, as per the Okaz newspaper.

– The Saudi court has also ordered to permanently deport the Syrian expat from Saudi Arabia and naming to shame both a Saudi and Syrian by publishing the judgement in a local newspaper at the cost of the two offenders.

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In 2019, Saudi Arabia launched the National Program for Combat of Commercial Cover-ups, an affiliate of the Commerce Ministry, with support from several government institutions in Saudi Arabia including the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development, the Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs, General Investment Authority, the Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority and the Small and Medium Enterprises General Authority. Read : Saudi Arabia permits Indian Healthcare practitioners to comeback to Saudi Arabia

– In undertaking the mission of exposing commercial covers-up, the program promotes opening bank accounts for businesses, automating services and boosting commercial transparency reports Gulf news.

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