The Japanese FTC issues a cease and desist order against a franchising business company for having abused its dominant bargaining position (Seven-Eleven)

Cease and Desist Order against Seven-Eleven Japan Co., Ltd.* The Japan Fair Trade Commission (JFTC)investigated Seven-Eleven Japan Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as Seven-Eleven Japan) in accordance with the provision of the Antimonopoly Act and found that Seven-Eleven Japan was in violation of Article 19 of the Act (falling under the Item 4, Paragraph 14 [Abuse of

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Japanese Competition Authority, The Japanese FTC issues a cease and desist order against a franchising business company for having abused its dominant bargaining position (Seven-Eleven), 22 June 2009, e-Competitions Franchising, Art. N° 70250

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