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European Commission proposal to regulate interchange on card transactions

calendar09 January 2014

Joint statement by consumer bodies expressing concerns about European Commission proposal to regulate interchange on card transactions

The use of debit and credit cards in the UK is far more prevalent than in any other EU country. As UK consumer bodies we have serious concerns that there may be considerable unintended consequences and significant detrimental effects of proposed changes in interchange regulations on card transactions.

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