To develop and implement policy on key issues affecting direct selling trade, our Association is committed on following reforms- Key to this effort is the work of committees, subcommittees, task forces and councils shall be part of the Association.Legal Reform
• Advocacy for legislation designed to prevent the abuse of asbestos litigation.
• Advocacy for legislation against the fake or cases with malafied intention.
• Expose fraud and misconduct by the Direct sellers and Direct selling entrepreneurs.
• to create environment of arbitration and other alternatives Dispute Resolution Mechanism.
• Raising awareness of overhaul and facilitating meaningful reforms in Direct selling Industry
• Support in to prevent or reduce litigation among the Direct selling entities, Direct sellers and consumers through the counselling.
• Work with the Govt. Officials/Ministry/Departments and individual
agencies on the various regulatory relief programs initiated by the Govt. Officials/Ministry/Departments.
• Protect regulatory relief operations through both a formal rule-making process and subsequent litigation, when necessary.
• Continue to emphasize better regulatory analysis in the rule-making process, including adoption of such analysis by independent agencies.
• Advocate for broad-based regulatory reform, particularly the enactment of the Regulatory Accountability Act.
• Advocate for permanent reforms in the segment of fake cases/offences
• Advocate for pro-sustained growth tax policies in relevant tax legislation.
• Continue to work with the Govt. Officials/Ministry/Departments on regulations and other guidance to implement the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
• Oppose anti-development tax policy proposals.
• Continue to advocate for responsible fiscal policy, including eligibility reform, deficit reduction, and debt management.
• Advocate for effective implementation and utilization of opportunities areas and similar economic development programs.