China’s transition to a market economy has seen it become the world’s second largest economy, yet consumer protection provisions in the country have thus far failed to match this rapid advance in economic development.
Although China has undertaken reforms on its Consumer Protection Law, a lack of knowledge, research, and experience has hindered progress, and consumer protections lag far behind those in developed countries and indeed in some other developing countries.
This programme will provide a platform for China, the EU, and the rest of the world to address this urgent need to establish an effective consumer redress system in China, in order to help protect the rights of consumers in the world’s most populous country.
This programme will:
Ying Yu, Research Fellow, Wolfson College, University of Oxford, and Programme Coordinator, FLJS Consumer Rights in China Programme
Mingnan Shen, Coordinator, FLJS Consumer Rights in China Programme