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 company regained compliance with the minimum bid price maintenance requirement as a result of completing on February 16, 2018 its previously announced 1-for-3 reverse stock split.
The enquiry found that the company appeared to have entered into an agreement with dealers imposing an obligation of 'Minimum Resale Price Maintenance (RPM)' on them for the sale of its products.
In a 44- page order, the regulator said the company's anti- competitive conduct include putting in place arrangements that resulted in resale price maintenance by way of monitoring of maximum permissible discount level.
The example of resale price maintenance for books serves as an illustration of the latter problem.
They address competition law in the context of globalization; the substantive provisions in competition law regimes, including the concept of the market, the threshold issue, the content of horizontal agreements, the issue of market power, intellectual property rights, merger law, and non-price restraints and resale price maintenance in vertical restraints; enforcement issues, namely the criminalization of cartel conduct and the increasing use of private enforcement; and the emergence and growth of competition regimes in Chile, Brazil, Japan, China, and Colombia.
No mention of price reductions and, when tackled, the implementation of the substantial increase in the minimum wage is offered as the reason for price maintenance.
In his essay "Minimum Resale Price Maintenance--Retailers Can Advocate, But Not Coerce," Cahn identifies that while dealers may be tempted to jointly pressure gun manufacturers and importers to create and enforce resale price maintenance (RPM) policies or MAP programs, it would likely prompt legal action to be taken against them and NSSF.
Resale price maintenance occurs when retailers agree to a re-sale price set by product suppliers.
PCLN), extracted so-called resale price maintenance agreements from the hotel chains, according to the statement.
According to the suit, hotel groups teamed up with the online room sellers to create resale price maintenance (RPM) agreements to thwart smaller online retailers who sold rooms at cheaper rates.
A sampling of specific topics: mergers that eliminate potential competition, assessing resale price maintenance after Leegin, and the intersection of patent and antitrust law.
Coming to defence of Price Maintenance AT A meeting of the Chamber of Trade in Darlington the system of Resale Price Maintenance was defended.