Gov't Passes Changes to Consumer Credit Act

Ljubljana, 2 March - The government passed changes on Tuesday to the Consumer Credit Act in an attempt to better protect consumers and to intensify the control over creditors in the wake of a recent loan scandal. The changes also give the Consumer Protection Office more powers in issuing permits to creditors.

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