The dispute between Maldives National Chamber of Commerce and Industries (MNCCI) and Male’ City Council over the night market has been settled, reports SunFM.
SunFM reported that the City Council granted permission to hold the Night Market after the MNCCI agreed to pay Rf750 (US$58) per table.
The location of the night market has also been changed. The tables will be arranged starting from Boduthakurufaanu Magu near the State Electric Company (STELCLO) to the park near the Tsunami monument.
It will be held on the 10th of July, according to SunFM.
During the night market many of the shops in Male’ set up tables on a location determined by the MNCCI to sell different types of products at low prices, a longstanding annual event.