Examines costs and benefits to UK business of proposals to introduce compulsory origin marking within consumer product safety regulation.
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This research examines the costs and benefits of proposals to introduce compulsory country of origin marking within consumer product safety regulation.
It’s aimed at improving the evidence base. It includes a review of the literature and a series of interviews with surveillance authorities and businesses across 4 sectors:
- consumer electronics
- motor vehicles
The annex sets out the results of the third phase of research. Phase 3 focuses on the impact of compulsory origin marking on small businesses in the UK.