Saudi Arabia closes 100 lingerie shops for hiring male staff
- Saudi Arabia: Monday, September 17 - 2012 at 12:34
Around 100 lingerie shops in Saudi Arabia have been ordered shut after they were found to be hiring sales men in violation of a recent decision to ban male workers at such businesses, Aleqtisadiah Arabic daily has reported. The labour ministry said the shops are to remain closed until they redesign their interiors to take only women.
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