SFR must pay EUR 3.7 mln fine for late payment of supplier invoices

Tuesday 19 November 2019 | 09:49 CET | News
The DGCCRF, France's anti-fraud and consumer protection agency, has issued SFR with a fine of EUR 3.70 million for late payment of invoices to suppliers. The agency opened an investigation into the company's late payment practices in the second half of 2017, which revealed that nearly a third of invoices failed to be paid on time, out of those assessed during the probe.

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Categories: General
Companies: SFR
Countries: France
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