January 29, 2012 Finca in Javea By h.b
Malaga, Andalusia Spain
Those who continue to sing out prices and offers face a 300 € fine
There is upset in the fruit, vegetable and fish markets in Málaga, following a new Town Hall bylaw which prohibits stall holders singing out their prices. The Town Hall says it will be issuing 300 € fines.
In fact there has been a regulation in force since 1985, although ignored since then, which prohibits ‘crying the nature or price of the merchandise, or calling purchasers to buy’.
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