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Namibia: New competition legislation to address lack of consumer protection

 |  August 23, 2013

Reports say Namibia’s Competition Act, currently under amendment, will soon address the country’s current lack of consumer protection law. The watchdog’s CEO Mihe Gaomab II said in an interview that revising the bill will enable provisions regarding consumer policy protection, affordable pricing and other issues. The watchdog head called upon the Namibian Competition Commission to give “greater consideration to the voice of consumers,” citing the complementary existence of competition law and consumer law throughout the globe.

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