Kenya: Consumer Protection Bill Aims to Tame Prices

The country's consumers will soon have something to smile about if the Consumer Protection Bill 2011 becomes law. The bill will address major problems facing consumers in key sectors such as banking, insurance, telecommunications, medical, transport and energy.

A woman holding a banner in the city centre of Nairobi protests at a proposed amendment that could increase the price of ARVs and other life-saving drugs (file photo).

  • Kenya:   Bill Aims to Tame Consumer Prices

    The Star, 10 November 2011

    CONSUMERS are headed for better days if the Consumer Protection Bill 2011 scheduled for debate in parliament next week becomes law. THE Consumer Federation of Kenya is lobbying for… Read more »

  • Kenya:   Bill to Sound Death Knell On Fake Goods

    Nation, 10 November 2011

    Kenyan consumers are set to enjoy protection against counterfeit and low quality products, if the Consumer Protection Bill now awaiting the second reading at Parliament, is passed… Read more »

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