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Consumer Protection Act (2000) and Regulations (2006) in Place to Safeguard Consumers

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In response to the increasing trend of alleged breaching of the products safety standards that apply to all goods imported, manufactured and traded in the country, the Ministry wish to notify the public of the existence of the Consumer Protection Act (2000) and the Consumer Protection Regulation (2006) to safeguard consumers from these breaches. Read more

New Petroleum Prices for January-February 2012

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PRESS RELEASE
New Petroleum Prices for January-February 2012
The Competent Authority has approved the new petroleum prices for January – February 2012 to be effective from Monday 16th January 2012 and therefore wish to notify the public accordingly.
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New Petroleum Prices for August-September 2011

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The Competent Authority has approved the new petroleum prices for August-September 2011 to be effective from Tuesday 16th August 2011 and therefore wish to notify the public accordingly.

Retail price for all products have decreased compared to the price for July-August 2011. The retail price for August-September 2011 for Diesel have decreased by 3.90 seniti to $2.84 per litre (equivalent to 1.35% reduction) followed by Kerosene by 2.99 seniti down to $2.22 per litre (equivalent to 1.33% reduction) and Petrol is decreased by 1.28 seniti to $2.78 per litre (equivalent to 0.46% reduction) Read more

Service Charges Revision, Ministry of Labour, Commerce and Industries

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Further to regular review of Government Service Charges and subsequent to the Gazette No.27 of Monday 25 October 2010, the Ministry of Labour, Commerce and Industries wish to respectfully notify the public and valued clients of the following amendments to the following regulations;

i. Incorporated Societies (Amendment) Regulations 2010;
ii. Industrial Property (Amendment) Regulations 2010;
iii. Business License (Amendment) Regulations 2010; and
iv. Companies (Amendment) Regulations 2010.

The public and valued clients are kindly requested to contact the nearest office of the Ministry of
Labour, Commerce and Industries for the detail of the above revision and effective dates.

[Tongan Translation]

FANONGONONGO
Hiki ki he Ngaahi Totongi Ngaue, Potungaue ‘a e Kakai, Fefakatau’aki, mo e Ngaahi Ngaue’anga

Fakatatau ki he ngaahi hiki angamaheni ki he totongi ngaue ‘a e Pule’anga, pea ‘I he lava hono Kasete Fika 27 ‘o e ngaahi Tu’utu’uni Fakatonutonu ‘I he ‘aho Monite, 25 ‘Okatopa 2010, ‘oku fanongongo atu mo e loto faka’apa’apa mei he Potungaue ‘a e Kakai, Fefakatau’aki mo e Ngaahi Ngaue’anga, ke fakatokanga’I ange mu’a ‘a e hiki ki he ngaahi totongi ngaue ko eni ‘o kau ki ai ‘a e;

i. Tu’utu’uni Fakatonutonu ki he Ngaahi Sosaieti Fakataautaha 2010;
ii. Tu’utu’uni Fakatonutonu ki he Ngaahi Koloa ‘a e Kautaha 2010;
iii. Tu’utu’uni Fakatonutonu ki he Ngaahi Laiseni Pisinisi 2010; pea mo e
iv. Tu’utu’uni Fakatonutonu ki he Ngaahi Kautaha 2010.

‘Oku fakatangi atu ai heni ki he kakai pea mo kinautolu kotoa pee kau pisinisi ‘oku mou ngaue’aki ‘a e ngaahi ngaue ni ke mou fetu’utaki hake ki he va’a ofi taha ‘o e Potungaue ‘a e Kakai, Fefakatau’aki pea mo e ngaahi Ngaue’anga, ke ma’u atu mei ai ‘a e fakaikiiki ki he ngaahi tu’utu’uni fakatonutonu ni, pea mo e ‘aho ‘oku kamata mei ai.

Ministry of Labour, Commerce
28 October 2010.

New Petroleum Prices for July-August 2011 Effective Monday 18th July 2011

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The Competent Authority has approved the new petroleum prices for July-August 2011 to be effective from Monday 18th July 2011 and therefore wish to notify the public accordingly.

2. Retail price for all products have decreased compared to the price for June-July 2011. The retail price for July-August 2011 for Petrol is decreased by 10.88 seniti to $2.79 per litre (equivalent to 3.7% reduction), followed by Kerosene by 6.98 seniti down to $2.25 per litre (equivalent to 3.0% reduction), and Diesel have decreased by 6.68 seniti to $2.88 per litre (equivalent to 2.3% reduction).

Ministry of Labour, Commerce and Industries
18 July 2011.