52 measures out of 62 completed from European Consumer Agenda says new report.

In 2012 The European Commission adopted the European Consumer Agenda, its strategic vision for EU consumer policy, for the years to come. The Consumer Agenda aims to maximise consumer participation and trust in the market. The European Consumer Agenda replaced the Consumer Policy Strategy 2007-2013


 Out of 62 measures for European consumers presented in the Consumer Agenda two years ago, 52 have been completed and the remaining 10 are underway – reveals the Second report on consumer policy published by the European Commission.


 The Report on Consumer Policy covers the period from January 2012 to December 2013 and responds to the request of European Parliament to inform periodically on how consumer interests are integrated in the relevant areas of activity of the European Union.


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