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After long economic turbulences, the German airline Air Berlin had to file for insolvency. What are the consequences for consumers?
Consumer Rights Protection Centre (hereinafter referred to as CRPC) carrying out the inspection (tested) of fidget spinner with LED lights (identification NO:2701), has found that it does not meet the essential safety requirements, namely, the parts of the battery compartment can be easily removed and opened from the toy, and button cell batteries can become easy accessible for the children.
Consumer Rights Protection Centre and consumer protection agencies in more than 60 other countries that are part of the International Consumer Protection and Enforcement Network (ICPEN) this week unveiled an update of ICPEN’s website – www.icpen.org (link is external) – to help members identify and respond to consumer challenges that cross international borders.