254 inspections have been conducted by the Fijian Competition and Consumer Commission in regards to the prices of fuel and LPG.
FCCC says inspections are done after every new price announcement.
They say this is to ensure that traders are accurately reflecting price changes regulated from the 1st of this month.
103 inspections were done in the Central Division, 73 in the Western Division, and 78 in the Northern Division.
FCCC says three traders were warned for prosecution in the Western Division for breach of the FCCC Act 2010, which includes controlled Goods or Services not being supplied except following Authorised Prices, Refusing to sell at Maximum Price and Non-Price Control items Prices Marked or displayed.
The Commission says they will continue to ensure a fair and balanced marketplace for consumers and traders.
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