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Slovenia supports new EU regulation on energy labels

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Slovenia supports the introduction of new EU legislation on energy labels that would bring an easier-to-understand energy labelling, the Infrastructure Ministry stressed on Tuesday, again refuting last week's criticism by the European Consumer Organisation that Slovenia was among countries delaying the roll out of the said legislation.


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