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The EU's new law banning geo-blocking for e-commerce is perhaps one of the most important steps towards a true single market for consumers, writes the European Consumer Organisation's Agustín Reyna.
Eurozone consumer sentiment continues to improve
Consumer confidence in the 19 countries that make up the eurozone rose in May to reach the best level since before the financial crisis.
UK inflation at highest since 2013, wages not keeping up with prices
Bad news for consumers as British Inflation hit its highest level in three and a half years in April with prices up by 2.7 percent from a year ago.
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French consumer confidence remains at near 10 year high
French consumer confidence remained at its best level in more than nine years in February for the second month in a row.
Brexit linked inflation deters Britons from spending
As inflation picked up and prices rose after the Brexit vote British consumers cut back on spending in January.
Uber and Tesla take different roads over immigration row
Uber's Travis Kalanick has quit President Trump's business advisory group while Tesla's Elon Musk stays to raise objections for "the greater good".
Eurozone retail sales post biggest growth in two years
Monthly Eurostat figures showed consumers stocked up on non-food products, such as clothing and electrical goods.
Euro zone consumer confidence rises in November
Euro zone consumer confidence rose much more than expected by economists in November, according to the European Commission on Tuesday showed.
UK consumers says 'Brexit vote - so what?'
Bank of Japan changes stimulus policy, denies it's running out of options
The Bank of Japan is changing tack as it tries to get the economy growing again with an increased emphasis on the amount of interest paid to investors who buy government bonds.
German businesses concerned by global economic weakness
German business morale fell in January to its lowest level since February 2015. The Ifo economic institute says its business climate index dipped
Japanese consumers still not spending enough
Consumer spending in Japan unexpectedly fell in July, threatening the country’s gradual recovery. The development puts more pressure on policymakers
Manufacturing figures for the UK fall ahead of election
Britain’s economic growth, at the heart of political campaigning for next weeks poll, has slowed in the manufacturing sector. That’s according to
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New EU food labelling rules
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Another option for European debt recovery
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Carrefour's hyper struggle continues
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