Linfield have significant market power
, if not a dominant position PETER GIRVAN
Providers of last mile broadband access networks have significant market power
for a number of reasons.
While there is no universal agreement among economists or policymakers about just how much concentration is necessary before firms begin to enjoy significant market power
, the Horizontal Merger Guidelines ("Guidelines") used by the DOJ and FTC suggest that significant market power
is unlikely until the HHI is at least 1,000.
Their estimates suggest that most of these firms have significant market power
, not only because of market concentration but also because of the firms' market shares, and their advertising and sales efforts.
Historically, the American public has been concerned about banks becoming excessively large and wielding significant market power
Antitrust concerns arise during the formation of a PO when it possesses significant market power
The GBCIC is also worried by the introduction of a penalty amounting to 10% of the annual turnover of a company for abuse of significant market power
EDF has significant market power
with a roughly 20% share of UK capacity and some very large, critical nuclear units that could materially influence pricing.
I believe anyone with significant market power
- be it major banks, landowners or supermarkets - has a responsibility to use that power for the good of current and future generations.
This is great news and a forward-looking step which will facilitate us to provide more innovative and competitive services for our customers, having been regulated as a significant market power
(SMP) for so long," he said.
No telecom operator in Bahrain has significant market power
(SMP) or dominance in the supply of mass-market broadband services, according to an assessment by the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA).
All of the analyses devoted to assessing significant market power
(SMP) are today carried out on a national, and in some cases sub-national, scale.