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The OFT is seeking comments on its draft Annual Plan for 2012-13, which sets out the organisation’s proposed objectives and priorities for the next financial year.

Making markets work well for consumers, especially the vulnerable and those affected by the tough economic climate, whilst helping to drive economic growth, are proposed as central priorities.

The OFT intends to achieve this through focusing further resources on high impact consumer and competition enforcement, whilst also continuing to use advice, guidance, advocacy and awareness-raising to change the behaviour of consumers, businesses and Government. It will continue to make full use of its combined consumer and competition tools, and plans to drive forward further improvements to the consumer, competition and credit regimes.

You can read more about it (and how to contribute) here