3 edition of Anticompetitive practices in the retail gasoline market found in the catalog.
by U.S. G.P.O., For sale by the U.S. G.P.O., Supt. of Docs., Congressional Sales Office in Washington
Written in English
|Series||S. hrg. ;, 102-784|
|LC Classifications||KF26 .J835 1992c|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 608 p. :|
|Number of Pages||608|
|LC Control Number||92253011|
Thermo Gas, Inc., and Uno Oil Corporation refine and sell gasoline and other petroleum products. To limit the supply of gas on the market and thereby raise prices, Thermo and Uno agree to buy "excess" supplies from dealers and "dispose" of it. This is a. a deal that neither restrains trade or harms competition. b. a legal restraint of trade. Gas station owners agreeing on the price per gallon is not a violation of the Sherman Act. A book publisher suggesting a retail price for the latest best seller is an example of price-fixing. The Clayton Act was enacted to prohibit anticompetitive practices not included in the Sherman Act.
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Anticompetitive practices include activities like price fixing, group boycotts, and exclusionary exclusive dealing contracts or trade association rules, and are generally grouped into two types: agreements between competitors, also referred to as horizontal conduct monopolization, also referred to as single firm conduct.
from anticompetitive conduct and from unfair or deceptive acts or practices. In doing so, the FTC has built an unequaled base of competition and consumer protection experience and expertise in matters affecting the production and distribution of gasoline.
Anticompetitive practices in the retail gasoline market: hearing before the Subcommittee on Antitrust, Monopolies, and Business Rights of the Committee 4.J 89/2: Anticompetitive practices in the retail gasoline market: hearing before the Subcommittee on Antitrust, Monopolies, and Business Rights of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, One Hundred Second Congress, second session, on S.
S.and S.May 6, (Microform, )  Get this from a library. Oil and Gas Prices. Oil and gasoline are commodities that are critical to American consumers, so the Federal Trade Commission devotes significant resources to make sure that these markets remain competitive, using all the powers at its disposal to protect consumers from anticompetitive conduct and unfair or deceptive practices.
European Union's competition rules apply to all entities developing economic activities within the Member States. Companies whose market behaviours do not comply with EU regulation regarding competition rules take the risk to be fined and face the negative consequences of their actions (the legal actions of those affected by anticompetitive practices; image injuries, both connected to.
In order to highlight the anti-competitive practices and its regulatory mechanism, reference of cases have been taken. This research paper will also reflect the concurrent jurisdiction of Competition Commission of India and Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board in respect of anti-competitive behavior like predatory pricing etc.
On 3 Februarythe Portuguese Competition Authority (PCA) announced that it had imposed fines of million EUR on the Galp Energia group for anticompetitive practices in the gas bottle market.
The C.E.O.s are likely to argue before Congress that their companies aren’t anticompetitive. Here are the facts. By Jack Nicas, Daisuke. Anti-competitive practices are sometimes known as restrictive practices. They are methods used by firms in a market to restrict the competition.
The main motive for these practices is to increase prices so the firms can benefit from higher sales revenue. What are some examples of anti-competitive practices. The energy sector is in transition and this will imply key areas of change to the market and its design over the coming years.
In the few short pages of this foreword, we will attempt to provide an overview of the European Commission and European national competition authorities (’NCAs’) practice in this respect and in particular as regards access to facilities in the energy sector. Another mature literature indicates that market structure influences competitive behavior.
However, less consideration has been given to how vertical integration and market structure may interact. I address this gap by focusing on the potential for moral hazard caused by intra-firm competition in retail gasoline. Anti-competitive practices One-click patent.
The company has been controversial for its alleged use of patents as a competitive hindrance. The "1-Click patent" is perhaps the best-known example of 's use of the one-click patent against competitor Barnes & Noble's website led the Free Software Foundation to announce a boycott of Amazon in December Anti-competitive practices are business, government or religious practices that prevent or reduce competition in a market (see restraint of trade).The debate about the morality of certain business practices termed as being anti-competitive has continued both in the study of the history of economics and in the popular culture.
We examine retail gasoline station pricing using three years of weekly prices for stations in the Virginia suburbs of Washington, DC. We report a number of new empirical findings about station level pricing and describe how these findings relate to existing models of retail pricing.
Rebates are a common commercial practice in business and can have efficiency enhancing effects, leading to lower overall prices for customers and consumers. In addition, they might be used to stimulate downstream competition. However, rebates also have the potential to exclude rivals from a market, particularly when used by a dominant undertaking.
The Parties Rab onroerend goed BV and Mantje Bio-fuels BV II. The Facts InMantje bought two plots of land (‘the land’) on Texel, an island off the Dutch coast. Mantj. To justify its $bn market value, Amazon will have to increase its share of American retail to 12% (Walmart’s share today is 7%).
Likewise Netflix will have to roughly double its nominal fee. Miguel Sousa Ferro, The Portuguese Competition Authority fines €9 million for anticompetitive clauses in distribution contracts in the gas bottle market (Galp Energia), 3 Februarye-Competitions FebruaryArt.
N° Overview The U.S. economy has a “market power” problem, notwithstanding our strong and extensive antitrust institutions. The surprising conjunction of the exercise of market power with well-established antitrust norms, precedents, and enforcement institutions is the central paradox of U.S.
competition policy today. View the fact sheet in your browser As this policy brief explains, the [ ]. (54) The Agencies therefore investigate the relevant market to determine whether the intellectual property at issue grants any market power in the economic sense.
If such market power is found, the Agencies further investigate whether the business practice under scrutiny is likely to be anticompetitive .FDA and FTC Announce New Efforts to Further Deter Anti-Competitive Business Practices, Support Competitive Market for Biological Products to Help Americans News provided by U.S.
Food and Drug.Downloadable (with restrictions)! Abstract This paper studies the effect of station density on prices in the retail gasoline market in the Czech Republic. We estimate the impact of the number of competing stations in various driving-distance ranges around each station on prices.
We find that station density has a negative effect on prices; the effect decreases with distance and is.