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Anti-Trust Laws
This paper discusses how anti-trust laws protect the integrity and competition of the market.
# 97957 | 1,115 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Sep 04, 2007 in Business (Law) , Business (Small) , Law (Business)

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The paper explains that anti-trust laws protect not only the small competitors from being taken out of business by predatory pricing attempts by the big league businesses, but also protects the consumer by protecting the free trade of competition in the market place. The paper examines the issue of below cost selling of products but notes the difficulty of proving that this is for the purpose of driving competition out of business. The paper discusses how small businesses must find other ways to compete and find their niche market in whatever field they are selling products and services.

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Antitrust below cost pricing
  • Proposed New York Gasoline Legislation Could Harm Consumers, Says FTC Staff
  • AG takes aim at below-cost pricing statute: Issue was highlighted in a recent federal court decision against Kroger Co. for offering customers discount on gas for buying groceries. From: Pueblo Chieftain (Pueblo, Colorado) | Date: December 19, 2006 | More results for: anti-trust
  • Trial of the RLH Industries, Inc. Anti-Trust Suit Against AT&T Begins 5 March 2007 Business Wire; Mar 2, 2007; 154 Words

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