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Companies failing to upgrade may face closure

By M.ZOLJARGAL

Published Friday April 26, 2013

The Chief of the Ulaanbaatar City Maintenance Authority, D.Enkhsaikhan, has sent demands to companies that violated a 2012 decree to upgrade their surroundings, and gave them until April 30 to complete upgrades, warning them that they may be closed down if the demands are not met.

The Ulaanbaatar City Representative’s Council’s decree obligates business entities to regularly upgrade their surroundings within a 50 meter radius, including planting greenery, ensuring the sustained quality of features within the area, and being responsible for the renovation and protection of those features.

Companies that fail to execute upgrades in the time allotted will face legal action, and their operations may be halted.

 

 

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  1. well done,keep environment tidy.everybody up

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