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European Commission seeks to foster greater transparency in online comparison websites and apps
Do you use comparison websites or apps to check for the best prices for example for a hotel, flight or car insurance?
Keeping consumers safe - Results of the Rapid Alert System report 2014
Commissioner Věra Jourová announced the results of the Rapid Alert System report 2014. Nearly 2500 products, ranging from toys to motor vehicles, were either stopped before they entered the EU or removed from markets because they were dangerous for EU consumers.
Global Awareness-raising Campaign on Laundry detergent capsules/packets #LaundrySafe
The OECD Global Awareness-raising Campaign on Laundry Detergent Capsules aims to inform of the risks posed by a laundry detergent capsules (or packets).
New evidence of consumer problems in the second-hand car market
According to a study published by the European Commission, problems in the second-hand car market cost European consumers between € 1.9 and € 4.1 billion
Consumer Classroom Inter-school Competition 2015: Digital Content
Teachers! Looking for engaging new teaching ideas? Why not take part in our Consumer Classroom Inter-School Competition 2015?
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10 better deals for consumers
Last update: 01.04.2015