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FTC Chair’s Anti-Trust Focus Could Impact Pricing, Sales Across Consumer Packaged Goods Sectors

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Health, beauty and wellness industry stakeholders believe Lina Khan’s appointment increases chances FTC will aggressively enforce against e-commerce giant Amazon. Agency movement alleging antitrust against Amazon could impact the pricing and sales of products online.

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