resale price maintenance

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resale price maintenance

n
(Commerce) the practice by which a manufacturer establishes a fixed or minimum price for the resale of a brand product by retailers or other distributors. US equivalent: fair trade Abbreviation: rpm
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resale price maintenance

n (Brit) → Preisbindung f

resale price maintenance

nprezzo minimo di vendita imposto
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The first fair-trade law was adopted (1931) by California.
The answer to the problem seems obvious - enact a fair-trade law that would regulate rent-to-own agreements nationwide, with the Federal Trade Commission given powers to enforce it.
When the grassroots electorate becomes engaged in this fight, we'll change bad free-trade laws into good fair-trade laws that will reflect the interests of small manufacturers who've been absent from trade policy deliberations far too long.
In 1975 Congress repealed two laws that allowed individual states to enact their own fair-trade laws allowing minimum resale price maintenance.