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antitrust

[-trust′]
(in law) against the operation, establishment, or maintenance of a monopoly in the manufacture, production, or sale of a commodity, provision of a service, or practice of a profession.
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Statements concerning ISSI's belief that a transaction with Cypress presents significant anti-trust risks in both the U.
However, senior executives now believe the time is right to return to the question of full anti-trust immunity.
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The fines imposed by the anti-trust watchdog can be appealed before the Supreme Administrative Court within a 14-day period.
Getting rid of the anti-trust exemption for health insurers will allow the federal government to step in to break up the monopolies that have formed.
A United States Supreme Court decision in the middle of the 20th century, applied the anti-trust laws to real estate brokerage and thereafter, it became improper for a multiple listing service or aboard to establish commission rates.
Avianca and Aces, two Colombian airlines, have appealed against a ruling by the country's anti-trust authority that rejected a proposed merger between the carriers.
Microsoft yesterday asked the Supreme Court to send its appeal of anti-trust violations back to a lower appellate court, arguing the high court should avoid a 'morass' of issues in the case.
If approved by Brazilian anti-trust regulators, the newly merged company--AmBev--will be considered the world's third-largest beer producer behind Anheuser Busch and Heneiken.
Ml's brewpub ban doesn't break fed's anti-trust laws
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Bulgaria's anti-trust watchdog studied the trade relations of the company with its wholesale clients, paying special attention to its discount policies, concluding that the price reductions for loyal clients did not constitute a breach of the requirements of fair competition.