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Consumer Protection in Asia (eBook)

Edited by: Geraint Howells, Hans-W. Micklitz, Mateja Durovic, André Janssen

ISBN13: 9781509957545
Published: August 2022
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: eBook (ePub)
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This book looks at the consumer protection offered in a range of Asian countries, for example China, Japan, and South Korea in key areas such as consumer sales law, unfair terms, product liability, and unfair commercial practices. However, it is interesting to note that consumer protection is on the rise everywhere and to compare how this differs depending upon the legal cultures. It is also fascinating to reflect on the influence of models for law reform such as the EU laws. ASEAN has also affected the development of consumer policy for its member states.

The book takes the form of national reports which explain the development of the law and also shed light on how the law works in practice. The book also contains thematic reports which look at each area of the law from a comparative perspective. Commentators from around the globe reflect on their impression of Asian consumer law based on their own differing legal systems and benchmarks.

A must-read for anyone with an interest in consumer law in Asia and beyond, this book will form the basis of further research and discussion internationally.

Subjects:
Consumer Law, Other Jurisdictions , eBooks, Asia
Contents:
PART 1. INTRODUCTION
1. Introduction to Asian Consumer Law
Geraint Howells (NUI Galway, Ireland) and Hans-W Micklitz (European University Institute, Italy)
PART 2. NATIONAL REPORTS
2. China
Jin Jing (China University of Political Science and Law)
3. Hong Kong
Mateja Durovic (King's College London, UK), Geraint Howells (NUI Galway, Ireland), and André Janssen (Radboud University, the Netherlands)
4. India
Ashok R Patil (National Law School of India University)
5. Indonesia
Johannes Gunawan (Parahyangan Catholic University, Indonesia) and Bernadette M Waluyo (Parahyangan Catholic University, Indonesia)
6. Japan
Hisakazu Hirose (University of Tokyo, Japan), Karl-Friedrich Lenz (Aoyama Gakuin
University, Japan), and Tadashi Shiraishi (University of Tokyo, Japan)
7. Macau
Dan Wei (University of Macau) and Ângelo Patrício Rafael (University of
Macau)
8. Malaysia
Zalina Zakaria (University of Malaya, Malaysia)
9. Myanmar
Rémi Nguyen (Research Institute on Contemporary Southeast Asia, Thailand)
10. Singapore
Gary Low (Lazada Singapore and RedMart (Alibaba Group), Singapore)
11. South Korea
Shindong Jung (Gangneung-Wonju National University, South Korea)
12. Taiwan (Republic of China)
Jerry G Fong (National ChengChi University, Taiwan)
13. Thailand
Aimpaga Techaapikun (Thammasat University, Thailand)
14. Vietnam
Nguyen Van Cuong (Ministry of Justice of Vietnam)
PART 3. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS
15. Information Duties and the Right of Withdrawal
Meika Atkins (Curtin University, Australia) and Eileen Webb (The University of
South Australia)
16. Sale of Goods: A Comparative Perspective
Gail Pearson (University of Sydney, Australia)
17. A Comparative Analysis of the Regulation of Unfair Terms in Asia
James P Nehf (Indiana University, USA)
18. Product Liability
Michel Cannarsa (Lyon Catholic University, France)
19. Adaptation of Asian Consumer Law to the Digital Age
Alberto De Franceschi (University of Ferrara, Italy)
20. Commercial Practices
Hans-W Micklitz (European University Institute, Italy)
21. Access to Justice
Marta Cantero Gamito (University of Tartu, Estonia)
22. Consumer Product Liability and Safety Regulation: ASEAN in Asia
Luke Nottage (University of Sydney, Australia) and Sakda Thanitcul (Chulalongkorn University, Thailand)
PART 4. ASIAN LAW IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
23. European Union Consumer Law
Mateja Durovic (King's College London, UK), Geraint Howells (NUI Galway, Ireland), André Janssen (Radboud University, the Netherlands) and Hans-W Micklitz (European University Institute, Italy)
24. Regulation of Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts: An American Perspective
James P Nehf (Indiana University, USA)
25. Australasia
Gail Pearson (University of Sydney, Australia)
26. Latin America
Marta Cantero Gamito (University of Tartu, Estonia)
27. African Perspective
Tjakie Naude (University of Cape Town, South Africa)
28. ASEAN Economic Integration and Consumer Protection in Southeast Asia
Luke Nottage (University of Sydney, Australia) and Sakda Thanitcul (Chulalongkorn University, Thailand)
29. The Effect of the United Nations Guidelines on Consumer Protection on Consumer Law in Asia
Mateja Durovic (King's College London, UK) and Jeremy Pui (King's College London, UK)
PART 5. CONCLUSION
30. Some Concluding Remarks: Future Prospects for Consumer Law in Asia
Mateja Durovic (King's College London, UK) and André Janssen (Radboud University, the Netherlands)