Kubota hit with $2M penalty over false ‘Made in USA’ claims

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) on Friday said tractor maker Kubota North America Corp will pay a $2 million civil penalty for falsely labeling some of its replacement parts as being “Made in USA.”

Kubota has a major presence in Hall County.

SRN News reports that in addition to the penalty, Kubota will be prohibited from making deceptive claims, according to a court order filed by the U.S. Justice Department on the FTC’s behalf, it said.

More on the story can be found here: Japan’s Kubota hit with $2 million penalty over false ‘Made in USA’ claims – SRN News