Biedronka 'Strongly Disagrees' With Polish Competition Commission Following Issuing Of Fine
Polish retailer Biedronka has said that it 'strongly disagrees' with the decision of UOKiK, the country's Office of Competition and Consumer Protection, to impose a fine over alleged irregularities in pricing displays.
The president of UOKiK, Tomasz Chróstny, imposed a fine of PLN 115 million (€26 million) on parent firm Jerónimo Martins Polska, following what it said were 'numerous consumer complaints' regarding the incorrect display of prices in Biedronka stores.
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