Hailong Punishes Illegal Electronics Sellers

May 16, 2007 | Print | Email Email | Comments | Category: Consumer




Hailong Electronics Mall in Beijing's Zhongguancun has recently published the names and punished several companies that were exposed by Beijing Municipal Department of Industry and Commerce and Beijing Municipal Consumers' Association during the May day holiday for breaking the mall's rules and selling goods at prices much higher than the market level.

Since its opening in December 1999, Hailong says it has been putting the consumers' interest first in running its business. It has taken a series of measures since then to create a pleasant shopping environment for the consumers. Vowing to be the first shopping area responsible for the consumers' interest, Hailong promises to solve any problems for the consumers during their shopping.

Previously, Beijing Municipal Department of Industry and Commerce and Beijing Municipal Consumers' Association reported that Huatai Kangheng (Beijing) Technology Co., Ltd; Chuanghe Shikong Technology (Beijing) Co., Ltd; and Beijing Jiahe Chuangxin Technology Co., Ltd at Hailong were involved in irregular operations during the Labor Day holiday.

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