Sanya recently released new rules to regulate the tropical fruit market in order to prevent customers from being overcharged.
According to the new regulations, a number of fruit-selling demonstration areas will be set up across the city in order to effectively protect the interests of tourists and maintain the price order of the sector.
Meanwhile, the owners of fruit stalls in Sanya are required to sign a letter of commitment for not ripping off customers and supply proof of identity and address to get business licenses.
Aside from this, fruit sellers at the mid- and large-size fruit markets are required to use qualified electronic scales and POS accounting systems with a direct link to the official department’s online system where all sales data can be stored and monitored by city officials.
The fruit sellers who are found to be price-cheating will also be added to the blacklist system and will not be allowed to work in the fruit market within 3 years.
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