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German regulator tells comparison website to improve transparency on ads

Friday 12 April 2019 | 10:08 CET | News
The German Cartel Office has demanded comparison websites improve their transparency and make clear when an offer is an advertisement, meaning that the provider has paid for it, in order to not mislead consumers.    

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