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EU moves ahead with regulation of online B2B search, comparison platforms

Thursday 6 December 2018 | 16:11 CET | News
The EU is set to move ahead with a new regulation requiring greater transparency in online B2B platform services. The measure targets large players such as Amazon and Google and would require them to be more transparent about their terms of sale and service, as well as set up internal systems for handling customer complaints. The European Parliament's Internal Market Committee approved the legislation, and following formal approval from the full Parliament, will start negotiations with the Council and European Commission on the final text. The Council approved its position on the plan already

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