WASHINGTON -- The Federal Trade Commission has said it will take a look at slotting allowances again -- but this time it may not just rely on volunteers. A staff report approved unanimously by the FTC last week called for the agency to use its "compulsory-process authority" to obtain "special reports from affected firms." The report went on to recommend that the "compulsory process be focused as narrowly as the nature of the inquiry permits, in order to minimize any potential burden on ...

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