Saudi consumer protection role for Arthur D Little
Riyadh, July 14, 2009
Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Commerce and Industry has appointed Arthur D Little to develop the consumer protection regime in the kingdom.
Arthur D Little will advice the ministry on its strategy and the optimal design for the organisation tasked with upholding consumer rights and enforcing consumer protection regulation, a statement said.
Thomas Kuruvilla, managing director of Arthur D Little in the Middle East, said: “We are excited to be working closely with the Ministry of Commerce and Industry in the development of this critical public sector institution.”
Arthur D Little is a global management consulting firm with over 30 offices worldwide and caters to its clients in the Mena region from its office in Dubai. In Saudi Arabia, it has supported the development of several regulatory regimes like telecommunication, financial markets, television, radio media and competition protection. –ME Newswire
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