National Assembly deputies on Nov. 17 adopted the Law on Protection of Consumers’ Right, the revised Minerals Law and a resolution on the National Assembly’s supervision programme for 2011.
The Law on Protection of Consumers’ Right requires organizations and individuals trading in commodities and providing services to publicize commodity and service prices. It will come into force on July 1, 2011.
According to the revised Minerals Law, which will also take effect on July 1, 2011, the State will collect fees for granting licences to mine minerals with the fee level to be based on value, reserves and quality of mineral, or category or group of minerals to be exploited as well as mining conditions.
In its supervision programme in 2011, the National Assembly will oversee the enforcement of policies and laws related to the environment in economic zones and traditional handicraft villages.
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