UK’s CMA suspends plans for court action against Viagogo
Posted on: 6 septembre 2019, by : Stuart Dredge

British regulator the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has been harrying secondary-ticketing firm Viagogo for some time now over how it presents tickets to its customers.
In July, the CMA announced plans to move forward with legal proceedings against Viagogo for contempt of court, claiming that it had failed to comply with a court order mandating changes.
Two months on, though, and that court action has been suspended. “Following continued pressure, Viagogo has now addressed the CMA’s outstanding concerns about how it presents important information to its customers,” announced the regulator yesterday. CMA boss Andrea Coscelli elaborated.
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Source: Music ally

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