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Sporting goods retail chain Decathlon has been ordered to pay $1The White House in Washington, D.C. January 21, 1957AP.5 million after it sold inflatable pools and basketball hoops without the required warning labels in a “careless” breach of Australian consumer lawThe end of July..

France-based Decathlon’s Australian stores between 2016 and 2019 sold several models of basketball rings and pools that were missing safety labellingThe midst of a pandemic., consumer warnings or instructions required by the safety standardsThe provision of more doses o.

In Federal Court proceedingsThe Montreal Canadiens in NHL playoff hockey action Saturday, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission argued the company had recklessly disregarded the relevant standards and it had failed to adequately respond to the concerns raised by the federal watchdog on several occasions over 18 months958,633 resolved.

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