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Consumer protection (2019 - 2020)

Renginio data: 19/11/2020

Consumer protection (2019 - 2020)

European measures for consumer protection are intended to protect the health and safety and economic and legal interests of European consumers, wherever they live, travel or shop in the EU.

EU provisions regulate both physical transactions and e-commerce, and contain rules of general applicability together with provisions targeting specific products, including medicines, genetically modified organisms, tobacco products, cosmetics, toys and explosives.

Anksčiau žiūrėtos naujienos

During the plenary session (23-26 November) in the European Parliament in Brussels, MEPs and Commission discuss EU plans on consumer policy until 2025, including the role of consumers in the green and digital transitions.

Rodyti tik susijusias laikmenas

During the plenary session (23-26 November) in the European Parliament in Brussels, MEPs debate and vote on ways to boost sustainability by promoting reuse and repair and by tackling practices that shorten the lifetime of products

Rodyti tik susijusias laikmenas

During the plenary session (23-26 November) in the European Parliament in Brussels, MEPs debate Product Safety in the Single Market.

Rodyti tik susijusias laikmenas