The theme this year which has been adopted by the UN and by Consumers International is 'Consumer Justice Now'.
What does CI stand for?
CI stands for Consumers International (UK)
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We have 83 other meanings of CI in our Acronym Attic
- Connected Intelligence
- Connection Identifier
- Conservación Internacional (Spanish: Conservation International)
- Conservation International
- Consistency Index
- Constitutional Instrument (Ghana)
- Construction Inspector
- Constructive Interference (physics)
- Consular Invoice
- Consumer Influence
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It also discussed the memorandum of the Secretariat General on the proposed cooperation with Consumers International (CI) and the memorandum of the Secretariat General on the uniform law of consumer protection in the Gulf Cooperation Council along with the memorandum of the Secretariat General on the logo of the Gulf consumer protection day.
In the lead up to the big day, Consumers International (CI) will be working with its members to take action on the issue, and highlight activity around the world.
A survey by Consumers International, rated the UK's intellectual property laws as worse than Thailand.
Consumers International has received US$450,000 from the Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF), and part of the proceeds will pay for goods, works, related services and consulting services under the project Promotion of Consumer Protection in the Caribbean.
Consumers International (CI), the global federation of consumer organisations, said in its report on the marketing of breakfast cereals to children that some contain more sugar than a doughnut.
Consumers International (CI) said the lack of transparency was unacceptable.
com reports that the International Obesity Taskforce (IOTF) and Consumers International (CI) have jointly developed the International Code on Marketing of Food and Non-Alcoholic Beverages to Children, which they plan to present to the World Health Assembly next month.