2nd October 2013
This interdisciplinary seminar will bring together distinguished speakers from a variety of backgrounds, including lawyers, academics, European and national regulators to discuss the recent EU Commission proposal of a new package of legislative and non-legislative measures designed to improve consumer product safety and to strengthen market surveillance of products in the European Union.
The proposal is currently being discussed in the EU Parliament and Council.
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Full-time Academic £25
Full-time Student £15
Full-time Academic £45
Full-time Student £25
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