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Excessive Pricing, Entry, Assessment, and Investment: Lessons from the Mittal Litigation

@article{Gilo2010ExcessivePE,
  title={Excessive Pricing, Entry, Assessment, and Investment: Lessons from the Mittal Litigation},
  author={David Gilo and Ariel Ezrachi},
  journal={Antitrust: Antitrust Law & Policy eJournal},
  year={2010}
}
The role of antitrust in curtailing excessive prices has long been a contentious area. Consequently, the charging of excessive prices has been subjected to diverse levels of enforcement across the world. U.S. antitrust law, for example, does not encompass the charging of high prices as such, and was held not to “condemn the resultant of those very forces which it is its prime object to foster: finis opus coronat.” By contrast, competition laws in other jurisdictions provide for the condemnation… Expand
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