Volume IX, 5-2010
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The ongoing debate about the consumer acquis in the European Parliament is speeding up and parliamentarians seem to slowly come to a compromise on the newly proposed concept – targeted full harmonisation.

Does the compromise follow the needs of the European businesses? Business associations keep calling for removing obstacles arising from 27 different national rules (outcome of the currently applied concept of minimum harmonisation) while still ensuring common level of consumer protection.

Based on long and thorough discussions, businesses:

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