question_answer1) Sometimes traders indulge in unfair trade practices to exploite consumers in market place. Give three examples of such unfair trade practices.
question_answer2) Large companies with huge wealth, power and reach can manipulate the market in various ways. Justify by giving an example.
question_answer3) Why did consumer movements arise?
question_answer4) It was presumed that it was the responsibility of consumers to be careful while buying a commodity or service.
question_answer5) What necessitated the origin of consumer movement as a 'social force'?
question_answer6) A major step taken in 1986 by the Indian government for the consumers was the enactment of this act. Name the act.
question_answer7) There are many goods and services that we purchase that require special attention to safety. Give any one example to justify it.
question_answer8) In spite of so many rules and regulations, we do find bad quality products in the market. Why?
question_answer9) When you buy any commodity, you will find certain details given on the packing. What are these details about? Also give two examples.
question_answer10) Why is it that rules have been made so that the manufacturer displays the information or details along with the product?
question_answer11) Consumers can complain and ask for compensation or replacement if the product proves to be defective in any manner. Mention two examples to justify it.
question_answer12) Consumer movement in India has led to the formation of various organisations? What are these organisations known as and what do they do?
question_answer13) For which products it is mandatory on the part of the producers to get certified by the organisations?
question_answer14) How does logo with letters ISI, Agmark or Hallmark help consumers?
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