Principles of European Union’s Action for Consumer Protection in the Internal Market
AbstractAlthough there are a variety of directives and regulations which fall within the field of EU consumer policy dealing with a rather diffuse range of consumer issues, it is nevertheless possible to identify certain key principles, or techniques, which are common to many of these measures. Principles analyzed in the present paper facilitate the legislative harmonization in this field at European level in order to encourage consumers to action in the EU internal market.
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consumer protection policy; harmonization; principles; regulation;
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