ECOWAS Holds Consumer Protection Workshop in Lomé

Economic governance
Wednesday, 12 June 2024 16:12
ECOWAS Holds Consumer Protection Workshop in Lomé

(Togo First) - ECOWAS is holding a sub-regional workshop on consumer protection in Lomé. The workshop, which brings together participants from ECOWAS member states, aims to enhance their skills and knowledge of the ECOWAS consumer protection directive. It began on June 10.

The workshop aims to educate participants about the provisions and implications of the ECOWAS Consumer Protection Directive. It will specifically teach them theoretical and practical aspects relative to consumer protection within the ECOWAS Community.

According to Barros Bacar Banjai, ECOWAS Resident Representative in Togo, the workshop has two main objectives: to strengthen the skills of those responsible for ensuring consumer protection and to foster cooperation between all the structures responsible for competition within the community.

Ultimately, the session should harmonize national legislation and fill the legislative gaps in member countries in terms of consumer protection.

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