CBA to contest GVH decision in court

Competition

Hungarian-owned supermarket franchisor CBA will contest in court a decision by the Competition Office (GVH) fining it HUF 30 million, communications director Attila Fodor told MTI on Monday. GVH on Friday said it levied the fine on CBA for unfair business practices. Advertised prices of products in CBA stores in a country-wide flyer were, in reality, different from shop to shop, GVH said. Some of the advertised products were also not available at all stores, it added. Fodor said CBA believes the decision is unfounded in view of the facts and will turn to the court.

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