Facing pressure from the city, the mall said it will restrict some items, including televisions, from being sold in the mall and said it would restrict the sale of cosmetics and personal care products.
A statement said it is working with mall managers and staff to create a list for the items that cannot be sold in stores, malls and hotels.
It said that while the restrictions on cosmetics and handbags will be limited to the mall, it will also limit the sale and use of the items in restaurants, restaurants, hotels and other venues that sell the products.
It said the restrictions will be implemented by January 1, 2019.
The mall said that it has been working with the government on the list, but it has to go through all approvals first.
The Mall of Asia and the Mall of Africa were among the major mall operators in the country.
The mall operator also said that for its first year in operation, it was able to reduce its loss by Rs 3,500 crore from Rs 1,942 crore in 2016-17, and had made investments in malls, hotels, restaurants and other retail businesses.
“We have set a target to reduce losses to less than Rs 5,000 crore by 2021-22,” the statement said.
The statement said that this year, the Mall Of Asia and Mall Of Africa are looking at extending the Mall ban list for a year beyond the end of 2019.
Mall of Africa is expected to list items including cosmetics, handbags, jewellery, fashion, luxury and sports gear.