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Exploitative and Exclusionary Excessive Prices in EU Law

@inproceedings{Motta2006ExploitativeAE,
  title={Exploitative and Exclusionary Excessive Prices in EU Law},
  author={Massimo Motta and A. D. Streel},
  year={2006}
}
Article 82 of the EC Treaty provides for a condemnation of excessive prices. However, the general concept of ‘excessive price’ may cover two very different realities. An excessive price may be an exploitative abuse, i.e. direct exploitation of market power. In this case, the dominant firm charges a high price to its customers (being end-users or undertakings with which the dominant firm does not compete). Alternatively, an excessive price may be an exclusionary abuse, aiming to strengthen or… Expand
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