Definition of Office of Fair Trading

A British government organisation whose job is to make sure that the laws protecting people from being cheated by shops and other businesses are not broken, and to help customers who have been cheated or treated unfairly. [1]

In 2010, it was announced that the OFT and the Competition Commission will merge into a single competition and market authority. [2]

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