The European Union has enacted a new directive on consumer credit agreements, aiming to harmonize national legislation and strengthen consumer protection. Effective from November 19, 2023, the directive covers areas such as scope, advertising requirements, general and pre-contractual information, and restrictions on tied selling.
On November 5, 2023, the Economic Omnibus Law introduced significant amendments to the Code of Economic Law and other economic regulations in Belgium. These legislative changes, which came into effect on December 21, 2023, aim to align Belgian economic legislation with recent European directives and promote efficiency.


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