There are many local and international organizations that involved in promoting consumer empowerment and competition promotion activities.
Sri Lankan Institutions
There are separate institutions formed by the specific legislations by the Sri Lankan government which are providing support to the Consumer Affairs Authority in carrying out its activities. These legislations cover specific commodities and subjects which are relevant to achieve the objective of consumer welfare and coming under the purview of the Consumer Affairs Authority Act No.09 of 2003 too.
02.Telecommunication Regulatory Commission
Regulation of the business of supply of telecommunication services, both land and mobile, including conditions of service and tariffs.
03.Sri Lanka Standards Institutions
Provides standards to be maintained in specified commodities marketed in Sri Lanka, either they are imported or manufactured locally.
04.National Dangerous Drug Control Board
Regulation of import, manufacture or trade in pharmaceutical drugs and cosmetic devices.
05.Central Environmental Authority
Regulations are issued for maintaining minimum standards by organiaztions to protect the environment and people against hazardous or unhealthy methods of waste disposal, air pollution.
06.National Intellectual Property Office.
To encourage and foster pioneering efforts for new inventions through granting patent rights and investigations in to complaints on violations of intellectual property rights