CUTS will contribute towards Strengthening Consumer Protection Regime in China

Indian origin international consumer advocacy organisation, CUTS International will cooperate and support to teach, research and disseminate consumer protection law in China. A long term cooperation agreement, in this regard, has been signed between Research Centre for the Law and Policy of Global Consumer Protection, China and Consumer Unity & Trust Society (CUTS) at Wuhan University, China on March 16, 2013. Pradeep S. Mehta, Secretary General, CUTS signed the agreement on behalf of CUTS.
The objective of the cooperation agreement is to utilise expertise in exploring the means and methods of integrating consumer protection law into curricula for post graduates as well as undergraduates, facilitating training event, develop resource persons and experts of consumer protection law and host each other’s students as internships and the academics as visiting scholars. CUTS will also be suggesting and leading in conducting thematic research in China for the Centre for Global Consumer Protection. The partnership expected to contribute towards strengthening the consumer protection regime in China.

CUTS is having long history of working with regional, national and international organisations and institutions. Recently, , on January 30, 2013 in New Delhi, Pascal Lamy, Director General, WTO officiated the signing of a MoU between Global Development Network (GDN) and CUTS International on research and capacity building in developing countries on trade and competition.

For more information, please contact:
George Cheriyan
Director, CUTS International &
Head, CUTS Centre for Consumer Action, Research & Training (CUTS CART)
277, Sindhi Colony, Bhaskar Marg, Bani Park
Jaipur 302 016, India
Ph: 91.141.2282 062, 2282 823/2282 482
Cell: 91-98292 85930