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Sunday, 12 July 2020

Consumer Protection Authority to fine companies that fail to publicly list prices

Companies face fines if they fail to publicly list the price of their products, including on their websites, Consumer Protection Authority Chairman Ahmed Samir told DMC’s “Al Youm” TV programme (watch: min 26:45). These include companies which advertise that they’ll send prices privately to consumers’ inboxes, he added. Fines will range from EGP 10k to EGP 1 mn, and will be determined by an economic court. Companies have until Thursday to abide by pricing regulations

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