EAC-President: Only free and fair competition can safeguard consumer choice

Updated: May 13, 2019

At a parliamentary lunchtime debate on 10 November in Brussels, members of parliament, representatives of industry and associations, as well as consumer advocates come together to discuss how access to vehicle data could be designed to ensure both vehicle security and the participation of all market players, and hence sustainably guarantee the consumers’ freedom of choice.



EAC Press Release (PDF), 16 November 2016.

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