On June 30, the European Commission issued the 10th Consumer Markets Scoreboard. The survey showed that performances across all of the 52 tacked consumer markets were improved.
Banking, energy and telecom sectors remain lower in the rankings, receiving users' criticism.
“The consumer scoreboard is a useful tool that can provide important data for policy legislators, and can help organizations identify existing problems. It should also be used to help cross border situations, as international companies operate in a lot of countries, and so this collaboration is a chance to correct any bad market habits that can help consumers,” said Johannes Kleis, head of communications of the European Consumer Association.
See the Euroepan Commission's Press release