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Laws to stop inferior goods flooding the market

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Government is considering the introduction of anti-dumping laws in the future to prevent inferior foreign goods from entering the local market from foreign countries including, China, Taiwan and Singapore, sources said yesterday.

Import of a wide range of inferior quality goods for electronic appliances and vehicles will be covered by these laws. (Yohan Perera)

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