consumer organization

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consumer organization

norganizzazione di consumatori
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Stakeholders from various African countries, Legislators and Government officials, Consumer Advocacy Groups, African Telecommunication Regulators and Regional bodies such has West Africa Telecommunication Regulatory Authority (WATRA), Communications Regulators' Association of Southern Africa (CRASA) and others are expected to be at this year's event.
But recent tests conducted by consumer advocacy groups and a leading consumer magazine have produced data that is giving some parents pause.
Following feedback, the Commission will hold workshops with industry, consumer advocacy groups and interested consumers to help decide the information that it will collect and how it will collect it.
They represent one way companies are pushing to transform the plants and animals we eat, even as consumer advocacy groups call for greater caution.
In July, a coalition of consumer advocacy groups released the white paper "An Oral Health Benefit in Medicare Part B: It's Time to Include Oral Health in Health Care."
Illinois consumer advocacy groups had supported the original bill.
consumer advocacy groups The Center for Auto Safety and Consumer Watchdog have call on the Federal Trade Commission to probe what they called Tesla's "deceptive and misleading" use of the name Autopilot for its enhanced cruise-control system, Reuters reports, citing the group.
Consumer advocacy groups' efforts to ease the financial burden of phone users by introducing a universal billing system have gone down the drain.
DeLeo said, are suncreen warnings issued by some consumer advocacy groups that are not based on actual clinical or animal studies, but rather on data simulation.
Patient and consumer advocacy groups have noted that even new Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) individual exchange system and the PPACA Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP) exchange system have no standard Medicare eligibility notification process.
* Describe the nominee's participation in notable projects or activities advancing consumer protection (e.g., consumer protection casework, projects, extraordinary mentoring, extensive service on consumer advocacy groups or boards.)
Despite the more aggressive stance of consumer advocacy groups, the voice that prevailed during the focus group discussions (FGDs) on the proposed amendments to the Electric Power Industry Reform Act (EPIRA) had been on pursuing rules and policy improvements without necessarily tweaking the law.
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