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EU campaign to make repairing devices easier faces an uphill battle

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Campaigners are bidding to make it easier to fix electronic devices, thereby reducing waste and helping the environment. But are MEPs on board?

Added on the 05/11/2020 20:53:45 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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