Log in or Register for enhanced features | Forgotten Password?
White Papers | Suppliers | Events | Report Store | Companies | Dining Club | Videos
Markets & Regulations
Regulatory & Policy
Return to: RBR Home | Markets & Regulations | Regulatory & Policy

Regulatory & Policy

NRF says California Privacy Law is ‘deeply flawed’ The US National Retail Federation (NRF) said that the new state privacy legislation to be signed into law in California is “deeply flawed” and that customer service could be hampered severely if the legislature doesn’t address concerns of retailers before the measure is implemented in 2020.
Markets & Regulations > Regulatory & Policy > News
EC and four online marketplaces sign product safety pledge The European Commission and four online retailers have signed a product safety pledge to remove dangerous products from their marketplace.
Markets & Regulations > Regulatory & Policy > News US retailers want more work to be done in data breach notification bill The US National Retail Federation (NRF) has conveyed to the House Financial Services Committee that draft data breach notification legislation requires more work to ensure that appropriate data security standards are defined and that no industries that handle sensitive data are exempt.
Markets & Regulations > Regulatory & Policy > News
See more Regulatory & Policy news

Latest Regulatory & Policy News and Insight

View all Regulatory & Policy news or find news targeted to your interests
Leeds retailer fined for selling rotten fruit
A Leeds based independent retailer has been ordered to pay more than £5,000 for selling rotten fruit in his store.
Markets & Regulations > Regulatory & Policy > News
UK retailer fined GBP5000 for selling rotten fruit
An independent retailer in the UK's Leeds has been fined over £5,000 for selling rotten fruit in his store.
Markets & Regulations > Regulatory & Policy > News
UK CMA provisionally clears Tesco/Booker merger
By RBR Staff Writer
The UK' s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has provisionally cleared Tesco/Booker merger after in-depth review, saying that the purchase does not raise competition concerns.
Markets & Regulations > Regulatory & Policy > News
BRC urges Chancellor to support retail industry in Budget
By RBR Staff Writer
The British Retail Consortium (BRC) has urged the UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Phillip Hammond to deliver a budget for shoppers.
Markets & Regulations > Regulatory & Policy > News
Amazon partners with UK government to test drone deliveries
By RBR Staff Writer
Online retail giant Amazon has entered into a partnership with UK Government to expand its testing of delivery drones.
Markets & Regulations > Regulatory & Policy > News
Osborne proposes new national living wage in UK
By RBR Staff Writer
UK Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne has proposed introduction of a new national living wage at a rate of £7.20 per hour as part of the budget this year.
Markets & Regulations > Regulatory & Policy > News
Osborne proposes longer trading hours in England and Wales
By RBR Staff Writer
UK Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne has proposed plans to allow longer trading hours on Sundays in England and Wales as part of the budget this year.
Markets & Regulations > Regulatory & Policy > News
FTC requires Dollar Tree and Family Dollar to divest 330 stores as condition of merger
By RBR Staff Writer
Discount retailers Dollar Tree and Family Dollar Stores have agreed to sell 330 Family Dollar stores to a private equity firm, Sycamore Partners, to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that Dollar Tree’s proposed $9.2bn acquisition of Family Dollar would likely be anticompetitive.
Markets & Regulations > Regulatory & Policy > News
China backs cross-border e-commerce with new tax policies
By RBR Staff Writer
China is planning to promote cross-border e-commerce as the country transforms from manufacturing to higher-value services to cater to increasing middle class.
Markets & Regulations > Regulatory & Policy > News
Australian regulator to probe Coles-Supabarn acquisition deal
By RBR Staff Writer
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) will begin a public review of Coles’ proposed acquisition of Supabarn supermarkets as it is concerned that the deal may reduce competition in the market.
Markets & Regulations > Regulatory & Policy > News
View all Regulatory & Policy news or find news targeted to your interests