CMA invites views on its consumer powers guidance

From               :  Competition and Markets Authority
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Part of             : Consumer protection
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is inviting views on its draft guidance on its consumer powers.

The draft guidance sets out how the CMA uses its consumer powers to address market wide consumer problems and explains how it enforces consumer protection law and its investigatory powers.

The CMA is interested to hear views on the clarity and detail of the draft guidance and whether it is helpful to have a single set of guidance which consolidates previous guidance.

The draft guidance is intended to update and replace the following:

Responses should be submitted by post or email, by no later than 21 July 2016, and should be sent to:

Gordana Cumming 
Competition and Markets Authority 
Victoria House 
37 Southampton Row 
London WC1B 4AD 


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