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CPA has received consumer complaints related to arbitrary, monopolistic practices of many real estate development companies
Three people injured as huge fire erupted in Shubra El-Kheima building
Ruling is final, could not be appealed
Over the past years, the food industries sector was monitored by specific ministries and parties concerned with the sector. However, the monitoring was weak, so each agency must play its role while coordinating with several other bodies.
Government companies supply 85% of the production, 466% profit growth of Delta company
The ad captures elders in a hospital taken over by illnesses, expecting to die before world cup qualification, owning company finds it a “creative execution for a humorous rap song”
Companies have required citizens to buy meters for the service
EGP 144.2m compensations for the harmed, 77 units replaced
CPA calls for study for the final price
The referred channels aired misleading advertisements, which is a crime, through marketing the work of fraudulent sheikhs, also known as dajaleen, says state media
“Our advertising campaign is traditional and we have previous experience in providing 4G services in 21 countries around the world,” says Vodafone
One of the first things foreign investors look at before injecting their money into a new country is the legal framework and the amount of risk that may arise once business disputes occur. Looking at Egypt in recent years, several local companies have been faced with accusations and charges regarding their operations. While these disputes …
The Consumer Protection Agency (CPA) formed a committee consisting of representatives from the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Supply, the Industrial Control Authority (ICA), and the CPA, to examine the quality and safety of production lines of the Cairo-based Heinz Egypt factory, in order to ensure their commitment to quality and safety standards, according …
Considering “human error” as solely responsible is incorrect as there are problems with vehicle specifications, says MP
The Consumer Protection Agency (CPA) referred Americana Group, owner of the Pizza Hut franchise in Egypt, to the public prosecution for violating Consumer Protection Act 67 of 2006. A consumer filed a complaint to the agency concerning Pizza Hut announcing false prices, said CPA chairperson Atef Yacoub. An advertisement campaign for the Pizza Hut Triple …
The advert promoted exemption from military service as the “dream” of every young Egyptian man
Samsung asks agents to recall new Galaxy Note 7 smartphone under government supervision
Vodafone, Orange, and Etisalat have remained silent on violation of the Consumer Protection Act
The ECA has formed a working group to examine whether this act constitutes an exercise of monopoly, according to the provisions of the law on protection of competition
Channels violated Article 6 of Consumer Protection Act 67/2006, says Yacoub
Yaqoub said this meeting was held with the Board of Directors of the Association after they were elected in light of the CPA’s to regulate the auto industry market for the benefit of the Egyptian consumer.
Company should not have introduced product to market before receiving NNI’s approval
We are not investigating with the company until we make sure of the accusations, says CPA
Channels promote unlicensed products from unknown source that put lives of citizens at risk, says CPA
The problem exists with diesel engines only, which are currently unavailable, says Volkswagen’s agent in Egypt
The CPA had decided to suspend production of the juice after Beyti had secretly pulled it from the market, following numerous complaints from consumers of a change in the product’s taste.
CPA monitored clients’ warnings on social networks regarding a change in the product’s taste
“The entire media apparatus is flawed…climate unfavourable for both audience and advertiser,” says Abdel Aziz
The Consumer Protection Agency (CPA) recently banned an ad belonging to Fox chips company, as it believes the ad promotes domestic violence and spreads a negative image of parenting.
Consumer Protection Agency demands Egyptian Telephone Directory filter its database to cut down on fake companies