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Grants in the framework of the programme of Community action in the field of consumer protection policy. The aim of this program is to ensure a high level of consumer protection, notably through improved evidence, better consultation and better representation of consumers’ interests

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Grants in the framework of the programme of Community action in the field of consumer protection policy

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This programme follows up Community actions in support of consumer policy except for the specific projects in the field of consumer policy which have been deleted. The programme favours instead training activities aimed at consumer organisations' staff members, as well as at consumers ...

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  • 06 September 2012
    MEPs contest an insufficient program funding EU consumers
    The Internal Market Committee of the Parliament said on Thursday that the budget for the 2014-2020 program consumers (197 million euro) is not sufficient to cope with the challenges of EU consumer policy in 2020.

  • 24 June 2011
    The Commission and the UN agencies team up to fight food insecurity
    On Monday, 27 June, the European Commission, together with the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO), the World Food Programme (WFP) and the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) will launch a new Strategic Framework of Cooperation to address food insecuri...

  • 25 May 2011
    Clampdown on derivatives trading
    New EU legislation designed to regulate the trade in derivatives - widely believed to have contributed to the global financial crisis - moved a step closer on Tuesday with a vote by Parliament's Economic Affairs Committee.

  • 26 April 2011
    Deal on textile labelling: fur must be mentioned
    Parliament and Council negotiators reached a compromise deal on a new EU regulation on textile labelling. Parliament ensured that any use of animal-derived materials will be stated on garment labels. The Council also agreed to ask the Commission to do an assessment report, by 2013, on a possible ...

  • 20 April 2011
    Compromise on food labeling
    The subject is technical, yes, but it is also highly political: MEPs and member states tear for three years. Diving at the heart of the EU legislative process.

  • 14 April 2011
    EU countries should be able to ban GMOs on environmental grounds - MEPs
    MEPs from the Environment Committee voted to allow EU countries to ban or restrict the use of GMOs (genetically modified organisms) on environmental grounds, giving them better legal protection in the event of challenges from trading partners opposed to a ban. "Our proposal offers states a solid,...

  • 30 March 2011
    EU countries reject EP call for labelling of clone-derived food
    Meat from the offspring of cloned animals could find its way onto the EU market, with no-one being any the wiser, after member state representatives refused the Parliament's demand to label clone-derived products.

  • 13 January 2011
    2011, a year full of novelties for European consumers
    For 2011, the Internal Market and Consumer Protection Committee has planned to strengthen e-commerce, to establish a mechanism to resolve conflicts amicably, and is working on the introduction of an innovative fibres in clothing ... And many other measures aimed at what the Europeans are taking ...

  • 07 September 2010
    First contract law roundtable between the European Commission, business and consumer groups
    The first meeting of business, consumer and legal practitioners groups to discuss European contract law was hold today, the 7th of september 2010. At the moment, different national contract laws lead to higher transaction costs for businesses. Companies – particularly small businesses – cannot ex...

  • 26 June 2009
    Statistics on European consumers
    New statistics on EU population are available on life-style, households, complaints and shopping.



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