Month: September 2017

How US airlines are deceiving you about their foreign competitors

WASHINGTON EXAMINER: While Boeing tries to protect its home market by calling for trade barriers, that same company should be worried about U.S. airlines building up a protectionist wall.

Stripping Uber of its license is harmful to Londoners

SPEAK FREELY: This TfL decision, by reducing choice, is not only anti-competitive, but anti-consumer, anti-worker, and anti-innovation. They have made a costly mistake in what is meant to be an open and forward thinking city.

The Public Health Alcohol Bill is Bad for Ireland

HIBERNIA FORUM: The Public Health Alcohol Bill being debated in Ireland is one of the most draconian set of alcohol legislation in the EU.

A ‘digital tax’ is just another burden on consumers

EURACTIV: The idea of attempting to massively tax online businesses is not a promising objective, neither for the states nor their consumers.

EU Offers Help to Tackle Food Inferiority in Central and Eastern Europe

TRANSITIONS ONLINE: The CCC says consumers are free to switch brands and that the decision made by the EU pandered to populism.

Consumers Lose No Matter Who Wins The U.S.-Canada Jet Subsidy War

HUFFINGTON POST: Consumers in all countries will get a bad deal if these tariffs go through, and they’ll be worse off.

EU helps countries crack down on food firms selling inferior products

GUARDIAN: The move was attacked by Fred Roeder, the managing director of the Consumer Choice Center, who said the commission was responding to populist voices in eastern European governments.

Stigmatising tastes and ‘dual food quality’ is mere populism

Stigmatising tastes and ‘dual food quality’ is mere populism CONTACT: Frederik Roeder Managing Director Consumer Choice Center fred@consumerchoicecenter.org BRUSSELS, BELGIUM – The EU Commission today published an action package to tackle the alleged problem of so-called “dual food quality”. Commissioner Věra Jourová promised not only over 2 million Euros to develop a methodology and subsidies for Member States, […]

EU helps countries crack down on food firms selling inferior products

EXEC REVIEW: Consumer Choice Center, an organisation campaigning for deregulation, said the commission was responding to populist voices in eastern European governments.

Ο ναργιλές κερδίζει τον πόλεμο εναντίον του καπνού

LIBERAL.GR: Καθώς οι κυβερνήσεις σε ολόκληρο τον κόσμο προχωρούν στην καταστολή της κατανάλωσης καπνού, η ανάλυση των συνεπειών αυτών των πολιτικών που αφορούν τη συμπεριφορά των ανθρώπων αποκτά καίρια σημασία.

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