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Chrysler, Bozell hit by FTC charges

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The Federal Trade Commission, Washington, accused in an FTC complaint Chrysler Corp. and its national agency, Bozell Worldwide, New York, of deceptive lease and/or credit advertising. In a separate case, it made similar charges against Martin Advertising, Birmingham, Ala., which produces ads for General Motors Corp. dealers and dealer associations. FTC said all three companies agreed to consent settlements under which violations of the law are subject to fines.

Copyright October 1998, Crain Communications Inc.

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