Definition of the National Consumer Council from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

the National Consumer Council

 
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an independent organization started by the British government in 1975 to work on behalf of the public who pay for goods and services. It aims to improve companies and products which are not satisfactory, but in a general way. It does not deal with people's individual problems.