DED– Ajman organizes series of inspections to monitor prices across public libraries in the emirate
Move aimed at ensuring that prices are not increased and are in compliance with UAE laws

The Department of Economic Development - Ajman (DED-Ajman) successfully conducted a series of inspections across public libraries located in the emirate. The visits were made to monitor prices and to check if these public institutions are in compliance with set UAE laws and guidelines. The move falls under the framework of the department's continuing efforts to ensure that prices are not increased and are in compliance with the law.

The inspections represents DED-Ajman's keenness to protect the consumer and combat commercial fraud and maintain control of goods via the implementation of inspections and field visits, which look towards securing consumer markets in the emirate and to take key measures based on the law.

Majed Naser Al Suwaidi, Director of Control and Consumer Protection Department at DED-Ajman affirmed the department's absolute commitment to provide the best services to protect the consumer and to combat all kinds and forms of commercial fraud. He also stressed on the pivotal role played by the department in its various departments to ensure the safety of goods in the market and controlling of the prices.

The series of inspections also fall under the framework of the department's annual management plan, which aims to reduce negative phenomena like unjustified price hikes and other practices and irregularities. DED-Ajman continues to remain fully committed in its regulatory role in the fight against commercial fraud--diligently monitoring all consumer markets to ensure that prices and safety products offered in public libraries and various outlets and shopping centers are maintained properly and in compliance with set regulations and standards.