Unfair Trade Practice


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Unfair Trade Practice

Any trade practice that provides or is thought to provide an inequitable advantage to one party. For example, a country may keep its currency artificially weak so as to make its exports cheaper than the situation warrants.
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It usually takes six to 10 months for the KTC to complete an investigation into an alleged unfair trade practice.
The levying of service charge without seeking customer consent will be considered as unfair trade practice under the Consumer Protection Act, he explained.
It is still not certain if there was any fraudulent and unfair trade practice in Surana Solar securities by any of the entities involved.
According to media reports, "Selling of used demo car without the knowledge of the customer amounts to an unfair trade practice within the Consumer Protection (CP) Act," the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission said.
Optional materials from CCH and Aspen, each of which is sold separately, include: "State Unfair Trade Practices Law; Explanations, Laws & New Developments," Insurance Antitrust and Unfair Trade Practice Law," "IP and Antitrust: An Analysis of Antitrust Principles Applied to Intellectual Property Law," "Foreign Commerce and the Antitrust Laws" and "Distribution Law: Antitrust Principles and Practice.
Their actions are the very definition of an unfair trade practice.
We should not fight alleged unfair trade practices abroad with our own unfair trade practice here at home," Wiener remarks.
That's the complaint of domestic manufacturers who allege the Chinese are engaged in the unfair trade practice known as "dumping," and they want the U.
So now with our trade agreement, Mexico is claiming unfair trade practice.
Despite Chinas continued efforts to justify these duties, this latest decision from the WTO indicates that their rationale is not effective and their duties are, quite simply, an unfair trade practice.
55 crore in the Consumer Welfare Fund for defective and hazardous goods sold and unfair trade practice.
In 2003, District of Columbia Commissioner of Insurance and Securities Regulation Lawrence Mirel told participants in a legal seminar that the complaints cited failure to provide an annual percentage rate for these fees as an unfair trade practice.