As of December 27, 2021, the new regulations of the Consumer Protection Law in Honduras came into force, repealing the regulations of April 15, 2009, and at the same time, updating some provisions and incorporating new rules to protect the rights of consumers and the generation of more market transparency.

The new regulations are more closely related to current trade and implement certain updates such as the regulation of basic basket product prices, the incorporation of a digital complaints book, the commercialization of goods and services through electronic commerce, the regulation of undue collections, the process of reporting to the competent authority and the classification of sanctions for suppliers. This new set of rules is consumer protective and establishes a series of rights and obligations that must be observed to conduct business relationships in the best way possible.