EC will continue to monitor how Romania observes EU legislation: EU Commissioner Meglena KunevaPublish date: 06-02-2007
Bucharest. The European Commission will continue to monitor how Romania observes European legislation in the area of consumer protection, EU Commissioner for Consumer Protection Meglena Kuneva said in Bucharest on Monday, cited by Rompres agency.
According to Kuneva Romania has achieved progress in applying EU law, the agency adds.
42 offices headed by the National Service for Consumer Protection have been opened in Romania. The EC will go on assisting Romanian efforts and will train Romanian experts in the field, the EU Commissioner said.
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