Riyadh: A four-member special committee has been formed in Saudi Arabia to further tighten the law around foreigners doing business in the name of local citizens. A special committee has now been formed, the agency said.
According to Saudi media, the committee is comprised of representatives from the Ministry of Commerce, the Ministry of Investment, the Ministry of Manpower, and the Unique Residence Center. The committee will take steps to legalize illegal business by receiving applications from reformed candidates. Illegal traders have been given a deadline to rectify the situation, the agency said, adding that citizens and foreigners who are interested in reforming their businesses can file their applications online, which will be reviewed by a special committee. The committee will deal with the application within 90 days and establish it in accordance with the law.