The Executive Yuan proposed draft amendments of the Consumer Protection Act to enhance protection for consumers on May 23, 2013.  Major amendments proposed include: (1) Expand the definition of “standardized contractual provisions,” so that relevant requirements relating to standardized contracts would be applicable to contracts executed by a business with multiple consumers, rather than being limited to contracts executed by business with “nonspecific” multiple consumers; (2) add a new provision to allow the competent authority to order a business operator to correct within a prescribed time limit or impose other penalty if it fails to comply with the requirements about including required or prohibitive items in a standardized contract; (3) specify the content of information disclosure obligation for business operators to inform the counter-party when conducting in mail order sales or door-to-door sales, and the legal consequence of violation.