This unique work examines the increasingly important area of consumer protection law in an international context. The authors contributing to this collection are eminent legal practitioners and scholars from a variety of jurisdictions who have focused on the intricacies of consumer protection in their countries. Consumers are often aware that they have rights when purchasing but are not always sure what exactly those rights are. This collection elucidates and clarifies the many confusing aspects of this area of law. Service standards, testing, advertising claims, trade descriptions, and price controls receive special regard. This clear and comprehensively written reference work analyses the law of consumer protection in countries spanning five continents. The future for this field of legislation is discussed and a comprehensive analysis given. "International Consumer Protection" provides a useful source of reference to legal practitioners, scholars, and members of the public alike.Campbell, Dennis is the author of 'International Consumer Protection', published 1995 under ISBN 9780792333906 and ISBN 079233390X.