BEUCBureau Européen des Unions de Consommateurs (European Consumers' Organisation, Brussels, Belgium)
BEUCBusiness End User Care
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A BEUC statement said: "Host country Poland's shirt should be banned outright from shops as it contains an organotin compound, used to prevent sweat odour, in higher doses than the legal limit.
BEUC say they found nickel in the Portuguese and Dutch shirts.
We are concerned that the dominant search engine, Google, may have abused its position in the search market to direct users to its own services and secondly to reduce the visibility of competing websites and services," said BEUC director general, Monique Goyens,
BEUC said Intel's policy left consumers with a lack of choice and innovation, claiming: "They (consumers) paid too much, as the chips represented between 15 per cent to 30 per cent of the final price of the computer.
Nach einer Umfrage der Europaischen Verbraucherorganisation BEUC gehen Verbraucherschutzorganisationen in allen neuen Mitgliedstaaten davon aus, dass sich mit dem Beitritt ihrer Lander zur Europaischen Union die Stellung der Verbraucher stark verbessert hat.
In June 2007, long before Google filed its merger application, a European consumer group, BEUC, petitioned the Commission to prevent the merger.
The Consumer Council in Norway has established close links with actors at European level such as BEUC (an alliance of European consumer organisation).
It has EU-wide support--a BEUC, the European Consumer Organisation, review of European research found that an interpretative element, such as the use of colour coding to indicate nutrient levels, is the most helpful approach for consumers.
BEUC, the European Union's consumers federation, said the move was a way of "putting an end to misleading advertising".
While BEUC claims to have found a number of compounds in air fresheners that represent health risks, several of these compounds are not used, and the rest have been erroneously labeled as unsafe by BEUC, noted CSPA president Chris Cathcart.
The existing system put parents across the continent under pressure to buy products high in salt, sugar and fat, the European consumers' organisation BEUC said.