U Yan Lin of Kyaiklat constituency said providing consumer education to consumers will increase consumers’ knowledge and enable them to selectively avoid dangerous food, fake medicines and poor services resulting in such goods and services automatically disappearing from the market and, as such, he tabled a motion to include a consumer education subject to middle school grade 6, 7 and 8, to which the Hluttaw agreed to discuss.

(Extracted from New Light of Myanmar, 3 June 2017, p. 2)

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