U.K. Ruling Unlikely To Harpoon Rate Parity Juggernaut

Reactions to the interim judgment issued this month by the United Kingdom's Office of Fair Trading regarding rate parity agreements between hotels and online travel agencies ran the gamut from proclamations that hotel pricing would be forever changed to scoffs (or lamentations) that it really only confirmed a pricing method already commonplace in the industry.

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