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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I used to tut and laugh out loud At people's escapades From petty thieves to trespassing To unscrupulous unfair trades. I haven't seen this feature...
While it protects businesses from a flood of lawsuits that may hinder their operation, there have been growing calls that other entities such as civic groups should also be allowed to file a complaint with the prosecution in unfair trade cases.
This advised that monetary penalties on unfair trade should be doubled.