Consumer Council's latest specific price survey report on tissue and toilet papers was conducted on 31st March. The current report showed an average price increase of 15% for most tissue brands; price difference of the same brand selling in different retail outlets amounted to 25%. Out of 7 surveyed samples of toilet paper, 5 recorded price increases from 10% to 20% in most retail outlets. Significant price increase, varying from 1.5% to 22%, was observed for 'Aus & New Golden Soft Tissue (10 pcs)' in over 10 surveyed outlets. 'Scott Bathroom Tissue 3 Ply (10 pcs)' also recorded a price upsurge of 20% in one retail spot in Taipa. No significant price increase was observed among tissue papers, though prices of 'Kleenex Brand Tissues (5 boxes)' had risen by 20% in most surveyed outlets. Prices of the 11 surveyed brands varied from 7.5% to 41%; consumers are advised to check with the report for reference. Consumer Council also stated that since prices of different kinds of products fluctuate a lot, consumers are advised not to purchase commodities in bulk. The specific price survey report on tissue and toilet paper is now available online on the Council's official website (http://www.consumer.gov.mo). For enquiries, please call 8988 9315.