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"Made in the USA" Claims Discussed in FTC Workshop

October 2, 2019, Covington Alert

On September 26, 2019, staff from the Bureau of Consumer Protection in the Federal Trade Commission held a workshop on the agency’s experience with “Made in the USA” claims. The program consisted of a series of panel discussions between staff and representatives from the business and consumer advocacy communities. The workshop followed the Commission’s pledge from its December 1, 1997 Enforcement Policy Statement on U.S. Origin Claims to periodically solicit public comment “to assess whether the views expressed in this statement continue to be appropriate and reflect consumer perception and opinion, and to determine whether there are areas on which the Commission could provide further guidance.”

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