Kathmandu, December 24
The Department of Commerce, Supply and Consumer Protection (DoCSCP) has requested stakeholders to provide suggestions for revision of its monitoring policy.
Issuing a notice today, the department has implored industrialists, traders, exporters, importers, consumers and other governmental and non-governmental authorities related to the department to submit their suggestions within 15 days.
The department has urged the stakeholders to provide their review of the existing monitoring practices of the department along with recommendations to improve its policies and rules.
“Aiming to intensify the market monitoring and to regulate the market for protection of consumers’ rights, the department is seeking feedback and suggestions from the stakeholders,” the notice reads.