consumer organization

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consumer organization

norganizzazione di consumatori
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Representatives of consumer organisations, policy-makers and European institutions gathered at the 18th annual conference, organised by the EESC, to discuss better regulation and its impact on consumers.
They have also approved the idea of providing direct financial aid to regional, national and European consumer organisations.
MEPs also want to guarantee adequate funding for European consumer organisations and centres.
The European Parliament's rubber-stamping, on 19 May, of a deal with the Council over the revised directive governing energy labelling was heavily criticised by European consumer organisations.
CONSUMER organisations are calling for pharmaceutical and medicine policy to be removed from the responsibility of the European Commission's directorate general (DG) for enterprise and industry.
At this year's National Eisteddfod seven consumer organisations in Wales are joining forces to demonstrate their commitment to providing a high-quality service for consumers.
THREE consumer organisations have been granted the right to make 'supercomplaints' to regulators, the Department for Trade and Industry announced yesterday.
Those already inside were forcibly removed after the medical workers had been chased off, said the group, a coalition of medical, human rights and consumer organisations.
A report by several consumer organisations has calculated the alleged overcharging by comparing Microsoft's profit margins with those of other software vendors and computer hardware manufacturers, and concluded that the operating software costs US$35-45 too much for each system.
a single market where citizens are well represented by effective consumer organisations with the capacity to meet the challenges of today's economic environment;
Against the backdrop of the ongoing second round of EU-US trade talks in Brussels, European consumer organisations continue to campaign for their inclusion in the negotiations.
The organisation particularly applauds measures to support national consumer organisations.
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