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GVH fines HYD for false advertising

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Hungary's Competition Office (GVH) fined HYD HUF 30 mln after making unsubstantiated health claims about its Preventa products in advertisements, GVH reported today.

According to GVH, HYD suggested the depleted-deuterium products had health benefits, although the national health institute GYEMSZI-OGYI did not certify them. GVH considered HYD's targeting of consumers with health problems an aggravating factor.

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