SINGAPORE (Aug 13): Four hotels have been named by the Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore for violating anti-competition rules by exchanging commercially sensitive information. Observers say CCCS is sending a clear signal that the regulator will protect consumers against errant business owners.

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