GVH fines Culevit on false advertising charge
Hungary's Competition Office (GVH) fined Culevit HUF 25 mln on a charge of false advertising, because the company allegedly claimed its products, which are classified as a dietary supplement, could kill cancer cells, accelerate recuperation and prevent illness, GVH reported yesterday.
Culevit fired its communications director when the oversight procedure was launched, a move GVH considered a mitigating factor.
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