Ian Hudghton (Greens/EFA) - I voted against the requirement for products to carry a country of origin, a requirement which has little to do with consumer safety.  Under this clause, EU products must carry either a Union Made label or the name of the Member State. This currently precludes a Made in Scotland label and will cause unnecessary expense for Scottish manufacturers when that label will become necessary after a successful vote for independence.

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