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rpm

 
revolutions per minute.
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rpm

Abbreviation for revolutions per minute.
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(25) Also the risk that vertical restraints, in particular resale price maintenance, may cause anticompetitive effects horizontally (reduction of interbrand competition) has been acknowledged in the theoretical literature.
Firms that have at least one distributor, either a retailer or a wholesaler, report whether they employ vertical restraints and, if so, identify which of five types are employed: franchise fee, resale price maintenance, full-line forcing, exclusive dealing, or exclusive territories.
Efficiencies without economists: The early years of resale price maintenance. Southern Economic Journal, 59, 597-619.
Monopoly-like producers familiar with antitrust regulation are unlikely to employ resale price maintenance schemes designed to exploit their monopoly power for two reasons.
[section] 1 (2000)), amending the Sherman Act to legalize resale price maintenance and thus effectively overturning the Court's decision in Dr.
"Most economists today agree that, in the words of a prominent antitrust treatise, 'resale price maintenance tends to produce higher consumer prices than would otherwise be the case,'" Breyer wrote.
For conduct to constitute resale price maintenance under Section 96(3)(a), the ACCC has to show, on the balance of probabilities that respondent made it known to each of the salons that it would not supply its products unless the salons agreed to stop discounting the prices of respondent's products on their websites.
"Resale Price Maintenance and Collusion." Discussion Paper 2553.
The move came after a High Court judge abolished the 30-year-old Resale Price Maintenance law which let drug makers set minimum charges.
The moves followed the abolition yesterday of the 30-year-old exemption of medicines from a general ban on resale price maintenance after an umbrella group of local chemists and manufacturers abandoned their opposition.
The FTC also questioned whether the resale price maintenance system is directly related to there being a variety of views in newspapers.