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Comparative Legal Research : Consumer Legal Term In The Article 1 Number 2, Law No. 8, 1999 – Indonesia VS. Chapter I Article 2, Law No. 8078 – Brazil
Master of Law, Pelita Harapan University, Surabaya, Indonesia
2 Master of Law, Airlangga University, Surabaya, Indonesia
3 Master of Notary, Airlangga University, Surabaya, Indonesia
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The growth of the international-trades volume has increased, and the developed countries hope to sell their products to developing countries that have a bigger market potential because of their large populations. With the existence of quite big market potential in the world trade, developing countries such as Indonesia and Brazil must have a legislation that can give a protection for their citizens as the consumers of goods or services in the developed countries. Based on that issue, this research implements an analysis of the consumer’s legal term stated in the Article 1 number 2 of the Law No 8, 1999 (Consumer Protection Act Indonesia) and Chapter I Article 2, Law No. 8078 of September 11th , 1990 (Code of Consumer Defense and Protection-Brazil). This law research will use the method of juridical normative, with the comparative approach of legislation.
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