60 Millions de Consommateurs [FR], Issue 503 (April 2015)

60 thousands de consommateurs est le journal de l'Institut nationwide de los angeles consommation (INC), de provider public, réalisé par des journalistes professionnels qui travaillent en étroite collaboration avec les ingénieurs, juristes, économistes et documentalistes de l'INC. Il se compose d'un journal mensuel et de plusieurs hors-série.

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