The Made in the USA Foundation has charged GM with violating the American Automobile Labeling Act (AALA) which requires all new cars that are offered for sale to include country of origin information.
What does COI stand for?
COI stands for Country of Origin Information
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- Military and Government
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We have 147 other meanings of COI in our Acronym Attic
- Continuous Optical Irradiation
- Contractor Operating Instructions
- Control of Infection
- Coordinator Of Information
- Copy of Insurance
- Corinne Orbach Immobilier (French real estate company)
- Cost of Illness
- Cost of Insurance
- Cost of Investment
- Country of Interest
Samples in periodicals archive:
We know people want more information on where their food is from, so we're delighted that it will soon be mandatory to include country of origin information on food labels for products containing pork, sheep, goat and poultry," said Which?
The Principles on Country of Origin Information document, which is backed by the Government, was put together by the food manufacturing, retailing, commercial catering and hospitality sector trade bodies.
They also can include brand names, logos and country of origin information.
But the MP said he found frozen chickens in Sainsbury's without any country of origin information, which he refused to buy.
The Government is aware of the problem and earlier this week moved a step closer towards protecting UK interests over food labelling, with Mr Brown issuing tough guidelines over country of origin information.
How the "age dilemma" can be addressed * How "beer education" and country of origin information can drive sales This report builds on the analysis presented in Imported Beer - US, December 2006, as well as other reports including Domestic Beer - US, December 2007; Wine - US, February 2007, and White and Dark Spirits: The Market - US, February 2007, and White and Dark Spirits: The Consumer - US, April 2007.
For example, any comparative advertising must: Objectively compare like for like products or materials Not confuse traders as to the advertiser and the competitor Not present imitations or replicas of products bearing a protected trademark or trade name Not take unfair advantage of, or discredit the reputation of, competitor's trademarks, trade names, other distinguishing marks, or country of origin information Not mislead traders or consumers.