A revised Code of Direct Selling was released Tuesday by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the body announced.
The Direct Selling Code, an instrument for self-discipline towards consumers, was first published in 1978 and last revised in 2007.
It can be used by the courts as a reference document within the framework of applicable legislation, but is also able to fill in the gap in countries which have not created direct selling laws.
Direct selling, as defined by the ICC...
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