Following a public comment period, the Commission has made final a consent order regarding the following and forwarded letters to two commentors of record: Philip Morris Co. Inc. and Nabisco Holdings Corp. The Commission vote to finalize the consent agreement was 5-0. (FTC File No. 001-0215, Docket No. C3987; staff contact is Joseph Brownman, Bureau of Competition, 202-326-2605; see press release dated December 7, 2000.)
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