For example, in a predatory pricing
case, the major premise would be that economic theory teaches that above-cost price cuts are never anticompetitive.
For example, in an antitrust suit in Indianapolis, a grocery chain was accused by another grocery company of engaging in predatory pricing
activities during an 18-month period.
It also sets clearer parameters for future abuse of dominance and predatory pricing
First it was alleged predatory pricing
, a charge dropped after lengthy proceedings.
If a firm's prices are higher than everyone else's, that implies monopoly power; if everyone's prices are the same, collusion may be alleged; and prices "too low" can signify cutthroat competition and predatory pricing
. No one is innocent.
That hypothesis, however, must be rejected (and subsequently was rejected by the FCC) because Deutsche Telekom cannot engage in predatory pricing
and cross-subsidization in the U.S.
The authors examine the charge that major airlines practice predatory pricing
to drive out smaller competitors.
You said in your editorial, "Wal-Mart should be applauded for bringing in lower prices rather than castigated as a predator." If this is not predatory pricing
then I am a newspaper editor.
is a classic problem in antitrust enforcement.
A small band of economists and lawyers associated with the University of Chicago attacked the conventional wisdom, knocking out the theoretical underpinnings of antitrust law in general and the theory of predatory pricing
While such predatory pricing
can lead to lower prices in the short term, consumers are worse off in the long run, once the victim of the predatory strategy is marginalised or leaves the market.
Summary: Brussels [Belgium], July 18 (ANI): The European Union Commission has slapped a fine of 242 million euros on Qualcomm for engaging in predatory pricing