Japan opens investment promotion office in Mozambique
The National Economic Activities Inspection (INAE ) closed 15 catering establishments across the country out of a total of 378 inspected last Tuesday. Among the reasons are the lack of running water and inappropriate conditions for workers.
The initiative is the result of cooperation with the Community of Portuguese-Speaking Countries (CPLP), and in Mozambique involved 50 teams and a total of 172 inspectors and resulted in the closure of 15 catering establishments, of which five are located in the nation’s capital, Maputo.
Some thirty establishments with expired products worth around 60,000 meticais were also identified.
The INAE says it has five open cases with the Public Prosecutor’s Office involving repeat offenders who are awaiting prosecution.Source: O País