Market Surveillance - Who watches the watchers?

European consumers expect safe products. European manufacturers expect fair competition. But the lack of a pan-European framework for market surveillance and enforcement activities means the expectations of both communities are unfulfilled.

Hence ORGALIME - the European engineering industries association - and ANEC - the European consumer voice in standardisation - have today issued a common position paper calling on Member States and the European Institutions to provide the infrastructure and resources necessary to ensure that market surveillance and enforcement activities do ensure the principles of trade within the Single Market are strengthened to the benefit of consumers and manufacturers alike.

21 April, 2009
Press release

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