The US FTC announces its plans to launch a Section 6(b) study of ongoing supply chain issues among retailers and consumer goods firms as well as expand its criminal referral programme

FTC Announces 6(b) Study of Supply Chain Disruptions and Expansion of Criminal Referral Program On November 18, 2021, the Federal Trade Commission held an open meeting to discuss the agency’s efforts to launch a Section 6(b) study of ongoing supply chain issues among retailers and consumer good firms. Section 6(b) of the Federal Trade Commission Act empowers the agency to require that a company file an annual or special report to the

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Terrell McSweeny, John Graubert, The US FTC announces its plans to launch a Section 6(b) study of ongoing supply chain issues among retailers and consumer goods firms as well as expand its criminal referral programme, 18 November 2021, e-Competitions November 2021, Art. N° 104297

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