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Hindustan Unilever Admits Guilt In Legal Metrology Case

December 2, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Hindustan Unilever pleaded guilty of violating India's Legal Metrology Act and Rules. Arising from an advertisement published by the company on August 25, 2013, the case saw Inspector of Legal Metrology BP Dhumal complaining before the Judicial Magistrate against HUL for its failure to indicate the net quantity of the product advertised. Judge RA Malakolikar ruled HUL should be fined Rs4,000, the minimum for such offense.
"Hindustan Unilever pleads guilty for violating Legal Metrology rules", Moneylife Digital, December 02, 2014, © Moneylife Group
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