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In Brief: Federal Trade Commission

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Federal Trade Commission: Has eliminated six of its industry guides "as no longer necessary" and is proposing to repeal seven of its trade regulation rules as part of a streamlining effort under the Regulatory Reinvention Initiative, FTC announced in an Aug. 1 report to the President. "The Commission's regulatory review process has been ongoing for some time," FTC said in an Aug. 2 release, adding that "since January 1993, and including the actions announced today, the FTC has reviewed or is in the process of reviewing 21 guides and 25 rules." One of the guides under review is the commission's guide on environmental packaging claims. The report also outlines other recent FTC changes, including administrative changes to reduce industry burdens in complying with the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act...
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