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Consumers' Association


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Consumers' Association

Consumers' Association

Consumers' Association

Consumers’ Association

Consumers’ Association

Consumers’ Association

Timeshare Consumers Association

The Expert Consumer: Associations and Professionals in Consumer Society

BEISHON, (Ronald) John (1930 - 2001), Director, Consumers’ Association, 1987–94; Chief Executive, Association for Consumer Research, 1987–94

McROBERT, Rosemary Dawn Teresa (born 1927), Deputy Director, Consumers’ Association, 1980–88

McKECHNIE, Sheila (Marshall) (1948 - 2004), Director, Consumers’ Association, since 1995

Right to be Heard But Not to Contest: The Standing of Consumer Associations in Competition Cases

WATERHOUSE, Rachel (Elizabeth) (born 1923), Chairman, Consumers’ Association, 1982–90 (Member Council, 1966–96, Deputy Chairman, 1979–82)

ROBERTS, Eirlys Rhiwen Cadwaladr (1911 - 2008), Deputy Director, Consumers’ Association (Which?), 1973–77 (Head of Research and Editorial Division, 1958–73)

Enforcement of unfair competition and consumer protection laws by a private business association in Germany: the Wettbewerbszentrale

TENCH, David Edward (1929 - 2011), Head of Legal Department, 1988–94, Director of Legal Affairs, 1991–94, Consumers’ Association (publishers of Which?); consultant on public policy and consumer law, since 1994

Uruguay, A Gateway to the Mercosur - Investments in the MERCOSUR, a market of more than 200 million consumers - Conference organised by the Swiss Institute of Comparative Law in association with the Universities of Montevideo (Uruguay) and Catania (Italy) - Lausanne (Switzerland), 17-18 April 2007.

 

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A UK charitable organization formed in 1957 to provide independent and technically based guidance on the goods and services available to the public. The Consumers' Association tests and investigates products and services and publishes comparative reports on performance, quality, and value in its monthly magazine Which? It also publishes various books, including Starting Your Own Business and The Which? Book of Saving and Investing. The US equivalent is the Consumer Advisory Council.

Subjects: Financial Institutions and Services.


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