CCIA, Choice in eCommerce Ask For End To Bans On Online Sales

BY CCIA Staff
December 17, 2013

Brussels – CCIA joined Choice in eCommerce today to hand over a petition signed by more than 14,000 online sellers to Vice-President of the European Commission Olli Rehn. The petition calls on manufacturers and brand owners to refrain from imposing sales. For more, see our joint news release here.

 

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