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(28 November 2019) - Today the European Commission released its 2019 edition of the Consumer Conditions Scoreboard.

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It shows that the overall gap in consumer conditions is narrowing between the different regions of the EU; that consumers are more aware about their environmental footprint; and that consumer rules enable trust in the marketplace.

The Consumer Conditions Scoreboard monitors national conditions for consumers in three areas: 1. knowledge and trust; 2. compliance and enforcement; 3. complaints and dispute resolution.

It also examines progress in the integration of the EU retail market and in e-commerce.

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