Anti-Monopoly Policy

Anti-Monopoly Policy

Any law or policy intended to oppose monopolies and other anti-competitive organizations or practices. Anti-monopoly policies are intended to regulate the market share an individual company can have in order to enforce competition. Proponents of anti-monopoly policies believe the added competition benefits the consumer, while opponents, notably Ayn Rand, argue that they encourage economic inefficiency and punish success. See also: Sherman Act, Clayton Act.
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Two other indicators of goods market efficiency are relevant to PCC's mandate to promote competition, namely, extent of market dominance and effectiveness of anti-monopoly policy.
According to Herbert Hovenkamp, one of the country's foremost antirust scholars, it was the first platform to make prominent mention of anti-monopoly policy since 1912.
Anti-monopoly policy, legislation and regulation are taking centre stage in the ongoing reform efforts in Ukraine.
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Minister of Economy and Anti-Monopoly Policy - Temir Sariyev
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The US administration wants to see better cooperation with the EU to "create a solid anti-monopoly policy that will benefit consumers on both sides of the Atlantic".
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And long-standing anti-monopoly policy helped distribute economic power, independence, and opportunity across all regions of the United States.
how come that the World Economic Forum ranks Armenia's anti-monopoly policy as low as 116th in terms of efficiency," the
For instance, Justice Felix Frankfurter, who made anti-monopoly policy one of the causes of his life, served on the NAACP's National Legal Committee while also being the first member of the Supreme Court to hire a black law clerk.
For better or worse, this was an era of hyper-localism compared to our own, and it was brought to America largely by anti-monopoly policy.
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