Saudi Arabia’s public prosecutor warned businesses of penalties including fines of up to $2.6 mln for any manipulation in prices during a crisis as the Kingdom ramps up efforts to combat the spread of the coronavirus.
Coronavirus: Saudi Arabia to fine up to $2.6 mln for businesses who hike prices
Visitors walk near the King Fahd Library, following an outbreak of coronavirus, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. (Reuters)
Ismaeel Naar, Al Arabiya English
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