CODACON

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Codacons also said Starbucks' price tag of 4.50 euros for a cappuccino compared with the average Milan price of 1.30 euros.
Codacons and two US law firms are suing Costa Cruises in the US over the disaster.
- Opinion C-132/03 Codacons and Others: Approximation of laws
A CONSUMER protection group, Codacons, said yesterday that it had launched a campaign for safety in schools a few months ago right in the area hit by Thursday's earthquake.
Italian civil rights group Codacons also criticised Geri, claiming: "If a tourist dived into a fountain, and it is not just any fountain but a national monument, they would be fined.
In Italy, one of the countries where meatballs from the batch were withdrawn from sale, consumer rights group Codacons called for checks on all meat products sold by IKEA in Italy.
An Italian court ruling on the complaint filed by a consumer group, Codacons, which wants to block a loan by the government to Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena SpA, is expected soon.
Codacons, the Italian consumer group that is leading a class action against Costa Cruises, disagreed, the Daily Mail reports.
Consumer group Codacons expects Italians to spend 40 percent less in January than the year before.
The advisory was prompted by 3D complaints filed by local consumer advocacy group Codacons.
A consumer protection group, Codacons, said it had launched a campaign for safety in schools a few months ago right in the area hit by yesterday's tremor.