COMMERCE, Trade and Industry Minister Chipoka Mulenga has announced that he has dissolved the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) Board with immediate effect. In a statement, Saturday, Mulenga said he had dissolved the board pending the appointment of a new one. “This morning, I met with part of the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) Board members. I thanked them for their commitment and dedication to their cause in protecting how business is conducted in our country. Their commitment to Zambia will forever be appreciated. However, a few of their members have since left the government agencies they represented, and new individuals need to be brought to the team to fulfil the guidelines of such a board. It is…...

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