Bahrain’s Parliament has unanimously approved a GCC-wide anti-commercial cheating Law. The GCC Commercial Cheating Combating Law was approved following feedback from Industry, Commerce and Tourism Minister, Zayed Al Zayani. If the Shoura Council approves it, the Law will be sent to the King to approve and if he does, the 2014 Commercial Cheating Law will be revoked. Under the draft law, those who cheat consumers by providing them with tampered or manipulated products will be jailed for up to two years or fined between 500 and 100,000 Dinars or jailed and fined. If those involved in forging documents, stamps, weights, measurements or contents to introduce products harmful to humans and animals, they will be jailed up to three years, or fined between 10,000 and 100,000 Dinars, or both.