In Australia, the federal court increased the fine for Reckitt Benckiser, producer of Nurofen containing pain-relieving ibuprofen, on the grounds that he misled consumers. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), federal The court has raised $ 1.25 million in bribes in April for $ 4.4 million on charges of misleading consumers to Reckitt Benckiser. "This is the highest institutional punishment for misleading behavior under the Australian Consumer Code," said ACCC Chairman Rod Sims. The federal court ruled on April 28, 2016 that the painful pills such as Nurofen pain, Nurofen migraine headache, Nurofen headache and Nurofen menstruation pain were not different from each other, and the manufacturer ordered Reckitt Benckiser 1,25 m The illicit dollar was fined. The case was resurfaced by the ACCC's objection, which found the census insufficient.