Kubota Pays $2 Million For False Made in USA Claims

Kubota North America Corporation has settled with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) over its Made in USA Labeling Rule. The company paid a $2 million penalty to resolve allegations that the packaging of some replacement parts for tractors and other products sold in the United States incorrectly identified the country of origin of those parts as “Made In USA,” when, in fact, those parts were made elsewhere.

Source: Farm-Equipment.com