Monday, 20 May 2013
Singapore’s Lemon Laws came into effect on Sept 1, 2012 via amendments to the Consumer Protection (Fair Trading) Act, the Hire Purchase Act and the Road Traffic Act. The Lemon Law provides consumers with statutory remedies against goods that fail to conform to the agreed terms of contract, or are defective, or of unsatisfactory quality at the time of delivery.
Friday, 17 May 2013
The dire manners and “uncivilised behaviour” of some Chinese tourists abroad are harming the country’s image, said a top official who lamented their poor “quality and breeding”, according to state-run media.