Consumer Protection Commission Chairman Visits Jamaica

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viagra canada site times;”>Senator the Hon. Jerome Gomez, cialis sale unhealthy Chairman of the Consumer Protection Commission, treatment recently made an official visit to the Consumer Affairs Commission in Jamaica to review their operations and to see what assistance they are able to give to The Bahamas as the country is about to launch its  Consumer Protection Commission.  Accompanying Senator Gomez was the Commission’s deputy chair, Philip Beneby.  While in Jamaica the delegation also visited the Ministry of Industry, Investment & Commerce, the Bureau of Standards, the Office of Utilities Regulation, the Fair Trading Commission and the Anti-Dumping & Subsidies Commission.  Senator Gomez stated that the visit was most beneficial to him and his deputy and that the information received was invaluable to the work of the Bahamas’ Commission.     

Pictured from left to right: Mr. Stephen Wedderburn, Chief Technical Officer, Ministry of Industry, Investment & Commerce, Mrs. Dolsie Allen, CEO, Consumer Affairs Commission of Jamaica, Senator Gomez, Ms. Michelle Parkins, Director of Commerce, Ministry of Industry, Investment & Commerce and Mr. Philip Beneby.