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Fine Gael's Helen McEntee said fertiliser prices should drop in line with oil and gas, adding that she would raise the issue with the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission.
Fahad bin Mu'tad Al-Hamad said that the Council approved studying a proposal on a draft regulation on consumer protection including the establishment of Consumer Protection Commission linked to the Prime Minister.
The new Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) has more powers aimed at ensuring good practices in the banking industry.
Betz Travel, the company at the centre of the dispute, found itself under investigation by the Consumer Protection Commission and by the Bulgarian police, although it denies wrongdoing.
The government's Consumer Protection Commission (CPC) has demanded that Apple come up with a solution within 24 hours for an online pricing error that has triggered a dispute between the company and Taiwanese consumers.
The Chamber has proposed a Consumer Protection Commission to coordinate regulatory and enforcement actions, eliminate gaps, provide consistent disclosure standards, and identify areas in which new regulations are necessary.
Taiwan's Consumer Protection Commission has ordered Dell to make good on sales from an online pricing error and deliver 19-inch LCD monitors to local consumers for NT$500 about US$15.
State consumer protection commissions or the FTC may take action against the pharmacy for giving misleading, false, or incomplete health product information.