Saudi Arabia tells stores that goods are returnable
- Saudi Arabia: Sunday, September 09 - 2012 at 11:41
The Saudi commerce and industry ministry has announced a ban on the term "goods sold are not refundable" currently being used in some advertisements and stores, and said vendors are legally obliged to accept and refund counterfeit, non-repairable or defective goods from consumers, Arab News has reported. Inspections will be carried out to ensure all vendors comply with the wording ban. Commercial printers will also be held accountable for print advertisements that carry the term, the ministry said.
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