THE Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) says preliminary inquiries conducted by the Commission on MultiChoice’s non-reduction of its subscription fees following appreciation of the Kwacha does not constitute unfair trading. Meanwhile, CCPC and the Independent Broadcasting Authority have supported the repetition of programmes and shows on DSTV, saying this gives a chance to other customers who may have missed the shows to see them. In a joint statement, CCPC and IBA stated that investigations indicated that there was no violation under the Competition and Consumer Protection Act No. 24 of 2010 by MultiChoice. “For the past few weeks, the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) and the Independent Broadcasting Authority (IBA) have followed with keen interest the complaints that…...

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