Caribbean Consumers' Association
Association des consommateurs des Caraïbes
Apr 1969, Kingston (Jamaica), at the end of a Caribbean Consumer Seminar. Also referred to as Caribbean Consumers League. No recent activity reported since 1987.
Promote the interests of consumers throughout the Caribbean area by encouraging the formation and growth of consumer organizations in the area; help them to cooperate effectively in all matters relating to consumer information, education and protection; liaise with inter-governmental and non-governmental agencies in the area whose work affects consumers; organize meetings, publish material and in general take action to further the consumer cause in the Caribbean.Available with paid subscription only.
Encourages formation of consumer groups in the area, providing information and literature to help establish these groups and enable them to work effectively.
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Members in 8 countries
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