Public Authority for Manpower, Interior to organize labor market
MoCI’s request for ten sites approved
KUWAIT CITY, April 16: Based on cooperation between Public Authority for Manpower and Ministry of Interior to organize the labor market, General Traffic Department has provided the Department of Assessment of Needs in the authority with a special password to the database in each governorate, reports Al-Anba daily.
This move is aimed to follow up the number of cars registered under companies and the date of their registration.
Meanwhile, Municipal Council has approved Ministry of Commerce and Industry’s (MoCI) request to allocate ten sites for mobile business trucks with 5,000 square meters of space in each site, reports Al-Rai daily quoting informed sources.
They revealed that these ten sites are in Abdali Farming Area, entry to Abdali Road for serving camps, Wafra Farming Area, Julai’a Chalet Area, Abdullah Port to serve scrapyard, Kabad Farming Area, Public Heritage, Al-Naeem Scrapyard, Al-Zour area for serving camps, and the areas allocated for celebrating national events.
The sources explained that the Touristic Enterprises Company approved the request of Ministry of Commerce and Industry to allocate sites for mobile business trucks on the sea coast area. After that, the ministry asked Municipal Council for allocating zones in various parts of the country. The sources clarified the difference between sites and zones, explaining that the latter will have services such as electricity, water and others, while sites are not supplied with any such service and will be mostly located in dusty yards and alongside roads.
Meanwhile, they revealed that the Single-Window Department, in the last two months, received more than 4,000 applications from citizens for licenses to launch mobile businesses.
The sources indicated that the ministry has already issued licenses to some of the applicants who meet the relevant conditions, adding that most of the applications were for licenses to run food trucks followed by car wash service, even though the relevant ministerial decision allows 19 different types of mobile businesses.