16 March 2014

Angola: Inadec Holds Workshop to Mark Consumer's Day

The National Institute for Consumers' Defence (INADEC) held on Saturday in Caxito town, northern Bengo province, a workshop under the motto "The duty of informing as compulsory in the consumption relation", as part of the celebrations of World Consumer?s Rights Day, marked on 15 March.

According to a press note that reached Angop on Saturday, INADEC also visited the mineral water factory of Menha N'Dangi, Mabuba dam and some shops.

World Consumer's Rights Day was established by the General Assembly of UN in 1985, aimed to protect the consumer's rights.

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