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Excessive Pricing: A Way Forward

@article{Farooqi2013ExcessivePA,
  title={Excessive Pricing: A Way Forward},
  author={Noman Amin Farooqi},
  journal={ERN: Antitrust (IO) (Topic)},
  year={2013}
}
One of the most controversial theories of harm in competition law in general, and within the category of exploitative abuses in particular, is that of excessive prices. The Competition Authority, while analyzing any conduct in this category must very carefully and cautiously first assess the structures of the market, which inter alia includes, High and non-transitory entry barriers, the dominance and its origin and other ancillary aspects. Once, such determination is made the Competition… Expand

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