Polish sellers believe the least in enforcing product and consumer safety regulations among all producers in the European Union. At the same time, Polish consumers are among the most trusting when it comes to producers’ declarations about ecology and environmental protection, according to the “Consumer Conditions Scoreboard 2019” study conducted on behalf of the European Commission.
Poland achieved one of the lowest results in the study – the CCI indicator for the country was 58.6 with the EU average standing at 63 (where 100 is the best possible result). Only Latvia, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Greece and Croatia were behind Poland in the ranking. The highest total results were recorded by the Scandinavian countries: Sweden (71.4), Norway (71.3), Denmark (69.8) and Finland (69.4).