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FTC "Slotting Fee" Practices Investigation Requested By Senate Cmte.

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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The Senate Committee on Small Business is sending letters to the Federal Trade Commission and General Accounting Office the week of Sept. 20 asking the organizations take a close look at the practice of charging "slotting fees" for shelf space in retail outlets. The committee held a hearing on the subject Sept. 14.
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