Amendments to Consumer Protection Act Passed
Ljubljana, 23 April - Amendments to the consumer protection act were adopted in parliament Friday, making it mandatory to use Slovenian on product labels and in advertising. The amendments also set forth that Italian and Hungarian can be used in advertising in areas where the respective minorities live.
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