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The Consumer Protection Department is conducting a study into the construction industry in Barbados and would like you to complete a questionnaire. The information below explains what it is about. 

The Consumer Protection Division of the Fair Trading Commission (Commission) is undertaking a study into the construction industry in Barbados. To this end, the Commission is soliciting your help in conducting a survey on the issues relating to the Construction industry.

To facilitate this analysis the Commission is seeking your assistance in completing the attached questionnaire. Your participation is very important to us as the feedback provided will allow us to have a better understanding of the issues that exist in this industry. There is no right or wrong answer to the questions in this questionnaire; we just want to hear your views. Please note that all responses will be held in the strictest of confidence and no comments will be attributed to any individual in the writing of the final report.

Thank you in advance, your assistance is greatly appreciated.



 
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