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New e-commerce legislation - Webshop workshops for businesses

Legal and consumer friendly web shop – high interest on the presentations of the European Consumer Centre

European Consumer Centre (ECC) Hungary – hosted by the Hungarian Authority for Consumer Protection – in cooperation with the office of Enterprise Europe Network in Csongrád County and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry for Bács-Kiskun and Csongrád County held presentations for undertakings at Kecskemét and Szeged about the consumer protection issues of electronic commerce.

During the presentations of dr. Attila Kriesch (“E-commerce and consumer protection – legal and consumer friendly e-shop, practical questions and answers for undertakings with especial regard to the new Hungarian legislation”), director of ECC Hungary, representatives of the companies concerned in internet commerce could hear about the cardinal questions of e-commerce and practical information on operating legal and consumer friendly web shops. Besides those topics the presentations highlighted the most important novelties of the new European and Hungarian (Governmental Decree No. 45/2014 (II..26.) on the detailed rules of contracts between consumers and undertakings) regulation (both effective from 13rd June) helping the future law abiding behavior of undertakings that way as well.

After each presentation a consultation was held where representatives of participating undertakings could share their experiences with each other and could raise questions for the rapporteur.

Based on the feedbacks undertakings found the substantial presentations, furthermore the opportunity of personal consultation useful. To sum it up it can be ascertained that such events can greatly contribute to widen the knowledge of undertakings and that way to strengthen consumer protection, furthermore in the long run to the decreased of the number of consumer complaints, disputes.

 

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