antitrust law

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antitrust law

Legislation that limits the ability of an enterprise or group of individuals to monopolise a service or product, thereby controlling and restricting free trade.

antitrust law

Government Legislation that limits the ability of organizations or groups of individuals to monopolize a service–or product, thereby controlling and restricting free trade. See Safe harbor rules.
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Critique: Certain to be an immediate and enduringly popular addition to community and academic library collections, "American Comic Book Chronicles: "The 1990" is an impressively informative and profusely illustrated history that is a 'must' for the personal reading lists all dedicated comic book and graphic novel enthusiasts.
Hence the AKP has come under criticism not only for turning a blind eye to extrajudicial killings, a remnant of the 1990s, but also for not bringing those responsible for unresolved murders to account.
By the 1990s, businesses of every sort had been making substantial investments in computers and other high-tech capital goods for years.
That money was never invested (no one in the family ever had a bank account) and the household returned to poverty in the 1990s as Ross' discipline gave way and he became his own best customer.
Hancock acknowledged that this did not provide a basis upon which to assess whether productivity growth accelerated in the 1990s. He stated that the surge thesis 'does not necessarily entail a continuous rising trend across the period.
Paper and board demand grew 9.2%/yr during the 1990s and is expected to average 6.0-6.5%/yr during this decade.
The regulatory, veterinary, and public health authorities of the European Union mobilized considerable financial and human resources to control rabies and paid less attention to alveolar echinococcosis in the 1990s, although incidence data indicate that alveolar echinococcosis is increasing and became an emerging infectious disease in Europe.
* Supreme Court rulings in the 1990s are partly responsible for removing methods of integrating schools.
Had she been able to find and deliver to her readers the full stories of Janet Nicholas, the key member of the 1997 Board of Education; Williamson Evers, an anti-progressivist political scientist at the Hoover Institution and one of the pioneering voices against the California dreams of the 1990s; and Luther Williams, the head of the National Science Foundation division that was responsible for the sillier math programs of the 1990s, she could have amplified her story immeasurably beyond her diary of their public pronouncements.
Which horse won the Grand National and the Welsh and Scottish equivalents in the 1990s?
In the 1990s, that increase occurred exclusively among infants under 4 months of age, children who generally have not yet received pertussis vaccine or have received only one dose, they said (JAMA 290[22]:2968-75, 2003).
Out of use since the 1990s, The Gatehouse is a designated NYC landmark originally built in the 1880s as the principal delivery point for distributing Croton Aqueduct water to most of Manhattan.