LABEL REGULATIONS TO PROTECT AGAINST MISUSE
In an attempt to implement the 2014 Consumer Protection Law, authorities in Myanmar have announced that all businesses must begin writing product usage guidelines in the country’s main official language.
The announcement by the Consumer Protection Central Committee of Myanmar will be followed by an official notification. Medicines, electronics and other products are included in the requirement.
Medicines must contain dosage recommendations and electronics will require user manuals. In addition to usage, the descriptions must detail the manufacturing origin in Burmese, while other language may also be included alongside this text.
There will be a six-month grace period for compliance once the official notification is disseminated. Businesses that breach the requirement can be punished.
As it stands, user instruction requirements are minimal to nonexistent, making consumers vulnerable to misuse of products ranging from medicine to children’s products and electronics, which spurred the government to better protect citizens.
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