The number of alerts involving potentially unsafe vehicles through the European Union’s consumer-warning system remained high in 2009, the European Commission reports. Vehicle faults were responsible for 9% of the notifications received by the EU’s single rapid-alert network last year. The RAPEX system enables details of a dangerous product to be disseminated throughout all 27 EU member states without delay. Following toys and clothing, automobiles was the third-highest product category ...
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