A monopoly is the power to fix prices or exclude competition, coupled with policies designed to use or preserve that power.
An oligopoly is the economic condition where only a few companies sell substantially similar or standardized products.
Price fixing occurs when two or more competitors agree to fix the prices that they will charge.
Antitrust deals with the area of law concerned with maintaining competition in private markets. The American antitrust and fair trade laws protect
A cartel is a combination of producers of any product joined together to control its production, sale, and price, so as to
A boycott is an agreement by two or more people who refuse to deal with a person or company.
Antitrust Law Overview
What is a Boycott?
What are Cartels?
What is a Monopoly?
What is an Oligopoly?
What is Price Fixing?
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