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Excessive Pricing in Competition Law: Never say Never ?

@inproceedings{Motta2007ExcessivePI,
  title={Excessive Pricing in Competition Law: Never say Never ?},
  author={Massimo Motta and A. D. Streel},
  year={2007}
}
In an article written for the European Competition Law Conference in 2003,1 we discussed the treatment of excessive pricing in the European Union, commented upon the case-law, and indicated which exceptional circumstances might in our view justify resorting to excessive pricing actions. We proposed a four-condition test: (1) high and non-transitory barriers to entry leading to a monopoly or near monopoly; (2) this (near) monopoly being due to current or past exclusive or special rights; (3) no… Expand
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