SINGAPORE: Fewer consumers are left feeling sour with defective products, some four months after the Lemon Law came into effect.
According to the Consumers Association of Singapore (CASE), the resolution rate is now at about 70 per cent.
This is an improvement of about 10 per cent since the law was introduced in September last year.
CASE said complaints on cars make up about 30 per cent of all complaints.
This is followed by those on household appliances and mobile phones.
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