EU proposes new consumer rights on sustainability and a ban on greenwashing

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The European Commission is proposing to amend the European Union Consumer Rights Directive to oblige traders to provide consumers with information on products’ durability and reparability with the aim of empowering consumers for the green transition. The measure is one of many included in a wider package called the European ...

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