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Justice Ministry Joins Price-monitoring Platform Working Group

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The Justice Ministry has joined a working group coordinating the establishment of an online price-monitoring platform that will improve transparency, boost competition, and prevent overpricing among food retailers, the Competition Office (GVH) said on Friday, according to a report by state news wire MTI.

 GVH chairman Csaba Balázs Rigó and Justice Minister Judit Varga discussed the matter at a meeting on Friday.

The working group was set up late in March by GVH and the Economic Development Ministry.

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