Legal measures for protection the child consumers from abuse of freedom of trade in the Algerian law

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      If freedom of Trade and investment is the essential legal mechanism to promote the economic in the country, as stated in the Constitution in Article 61, then traders and producers may abuse that rule by harming rights of children, especially when they are consumers of goods and services. For this reason, double legal protection must be provided for the benefit of children, due to their minority and weak awareness. Thus the first legal protection is what was declared by the International Convention for the Protection of the Child 1989, and the second legal protection is all the legal measures stipulated in the national consumer protection law as Law No 09/03, and the other laws related to it. Here the problematic may arise regarding the legal measures taken in Algerian Law to protect child consumers from the freedom of professionals in commercial transaction.

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