Onerous and costly directive

March 2002
Cabinet Maker;3/22/2002, Issue 5279, p4
Trade Publication
Looks into the effects of the directives from the Department of Trade and Industry on the furniture industry in England. Implementation of the General Product Safety Directive; Suitability of the legislative provisions to the industry; Requirements for the producers to recall dangerous products to protect the consumers.


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