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OFT

abbreviation for OFFICE OF FAIR TRADING.
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For Project Verde, which has taken the form of a re-launched TSB this week, the OFT recommended that LBG make some alterations to its current plan by:
But furious MPs demanded to know why the OFT had failed to spot the problem.
One complaint to the OFT was over a mobility scooter sold on the doorstep at pounds 3000 above the RRP.
Sports Direct chairman Keith Hellawell said: "We welcome the announcement by the OFT.
Ann Pope, OFT senior director of goods, said: ''Camra's super-complaint provided a timely opportunity to examine the pub sector.
Millions of customers were left unable to reclaim money paid out in charges after the ruling, which deemed that the charges did not come under "unfair contract" rules, meaning they were not subject to OFT regulation.
Earlier this year, following OFT intervention, Ryanair promised to take steps to increase the clarity and transparency of its website and other advertising.
The current guidance indicates that the OFT or regulator would focus on cases where a director was directly involved in breaching competition law.
The OFT said it proposed to refer the bus industry to the Competition Commission after finding evidence it was "not working as well as it should".
As a result, the OFT confirmed the merger will not now be referred to the Competition Commission.
The OFT began its investigation in June 2000 after complaints from Express Dairies--a rival company subsequently sold to the UK arm of Aria Foods in 2003.