Federal Trade Commission [website]
United States. Federal Trade Commission
The Federal Trade Commission enforces federal antitrust and consumer protection laws. The Commission seeks to ensure that the nation's markets function competitively, and are vigorous, efficient, and free of undue restrictions. The Commission also works to enhance the smooth operation of the marketplace by eliminating acts or practices that are unfair or deceptive. The Commission undertakes economic analysis to support its law enforcement efforts and to contribute to the policy deliberations of the Congress, the Executive Branch, other independent agencies, and state and local governments when requested.
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    United States. Federal Trade Commission
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    Public Domain
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    html
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    text/html
  • Subjects
    Management and economics/Economics
    Management and economics/Financial management
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    Website

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