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FTC

abbreviation for Federal Trade Commission.

FTC

failure to conceive.
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Finally, the FTC pays closer attention to certain types of ads.
If the FTC went through formal rulemaking proceedings, businesses and other stakeholders would have an opportunity to participate by submitting comments, and at the end of the proceeding would have actual rules to follow, she adds.
In each case, the FTC has sought an order stopping the illegal practices and freezing the defendants' assets pending the outcome of the litigation.
Under sections 902 and 960 of the Code, the deemed-paid FTC applies only to dividends paid by (or the Subpart F income of) a first-tier corporation, 10 percent or more of the voting stock of which is owned by a U.
Tracy Westen, a former FTC official who teaches law at University of Southern California's Annenberg School of Communications, predicted an out-of-court settlement should the agency be empowered to challenge Hollywood's marketing practices.
If a company has an FTC available, income from export sales may be effectively taxed at only half of the normal U.
The FTC suggested the focus should shift from subject-line headings to the development of new technology, such as e-mail authentication.
The industry hits met with the FTC and has supplied background information to the agency regarding how insurance companies use credit and documenting its predictive correlation.
FDA announced the approval of FTC (brand name Emtriva, generic name emtricitabine, former brand name Coviracil[TM]) on July 2, 2003.
The FTC enters Internet, telemarketing, identity theft, and other fraud-related complaints into Consumer Sentinel, a secure online database available to hundreds of civil and criminal law enforcement agencies in the U.
The Federal Trade Commission, or FTC, is trying to combat Internet protectionism.