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Meaning of “the Federal Trade Commission” in the English Dictionary

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the Federal Trade Commissionnoun

uk   us   (abbreviation the FTC) COMMERCE, GOVERNMENT
a US ​governmentorganization that is ​responsible for preventing ​unfair or dishonest ​businessactivities: The Federal Trade ​Commission is considering ​opening its own ​investigation into several ​businesses involved in ​datacollection.
(Definition of the Federal Trade Commission from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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