The Database presented here is an output of a research project called EC Consumer Law Compendium, which is being conducted by an international research group on behalf of the European Commission. It provides access information on eight consumer law directives, their transposition into the laws of 25 EU Member States, including case-law, bibliography and a comparative study. The Database covers eight directives, namely: the Doorstep Selling Directive 85/577, the Package Travel Directive 90/314, the Unfair Contract Terms Directive 93/13, the Timeshare Directive 94/47, the Distance Selling Directive 97/7, the Price Indication Directive 98/6, the Injunctions Directive 98/27, and the Consumer Sales Directive 99/44. The Database is publicly made accessible now for test and evaluation purposes. We have taken all reasonable care to process the enormous bulk of material in more than 20 languages, but despite all diligence, the complexity of the exercise most certainly will have led to some inaccuracies. [+]

Miércoles, 21 Noviembre 2007 12:49

Consumidores en Europa 1999-2006

Consumers in Europe. Facts and figures on services of general interest. 2007 edition.
This publication brings together the most relevant and useful information for the evaluation and development of consumer policy. The material includes data from various sources including EUROSTAT, other Commission services as well as other surveys and studies. This edition focuses on services of general interest. Although the prime objective of this publication is to help policy-makers at the European level to better understand the needs of consumers in general, the publication should also be of use to other stakeholders interested in consumer affairs, such as consumer organisations, other public authorities and even suppliers of goods and services. This is the third edition of a series of publications. Data cover the period 1999-2006. [+]

 

A partir del 1 de noviembre de 2009, los consumidores de la Unión Europea tendrán, en principio, más facilidades para cambiar su cuenta corriente de un banco a otro dentro de su propio país. Esta mejora radica en un conjunto de «principios comunes para facilitar el cambio de cuenta bancaria» que adoptó el Comité Europeo del Sector Bancario (EBIC) el año pasado y que ahora las asociaciones bancarias nacionales van a aplicar en los Estados miembros. En lo sucesivo, cuando un consumidor desee cambiar su cuenta corriente a otro banco, la nueva entidad le prestará asistencia en el proceso de traslado. (RAPID, IP/09/1667, 3.11.2009)

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