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Description Consumer NZ is an independent, non-profit organisation established in 1959 with the sole aim of getting New Zealand consumers a fairer deal. This includes: comparative tests and surveys of consumer goods and services, research into and advice on financial, food, health, safety, welfare and environmental matters, representation at parliamentary committees and public enquiries, an interest in consumer education and complaints advisory work.
Address Marion Square 6141
Wellington
Wellington
6141
New Zealand
Phone number +64 (04) 384-7963
Fax number +64 (04) 385-8752
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Submission Date 24/11/10 (Edited 29/11/10)



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