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DTI looks at rental probe

THE Department of Trade and Industry has revealed it is considering an investigation into pricing and standards in the daily rental industry.

No date has been set for when Dr Kim Howells, consumer affairs minister, will begin looking into the affairs of rental firms, which could lead to a new code of conduct requiring all rental companies to meet minimum safety standards and introduce an arbitration service to deal with customer complaints.

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