In his first two years in office, Roosevelt supported cartelizing
much of the American economy in order to revive it--an approach that many corporate executives welcomed.
Vendors are cartelizing
by keeping the price of low weight goats at Rs 18,000-22,000.
In part, this entailed cartelizing
various industries and allowing them to govern themselves.
Real-world unions are indeed "primarily economic institutions." At least in America, unions were formed by entrepreneurs (would-be union bosses) who saw the possibility of collecting rents (3) by cartelizing
the supply of labor.
The net effect would be to squeeze out the smaller, independent ISPs, further cartelizing
our communications and news media, and eventually wiping out the burgeoning alternative Internet-based news media.
"It is in keeping with the visions and strategies of the GCC countries for cartelizing
economic growth and boosting industrial cooperation and the public-private sector partnerships," Al-Sada added.
One chapter of his book attacks Franklin Roosevelt for cartelizing
the economy and regimenting the culture.
These Show Cause Notices come in the aftermath of the recent PKR 50 million fine imposed by CCP on the PPA for cartelizing
the poultry industry.
On the other, some view these same firms as ignoring the pricing mechanism and hence both cartelizing
the world economy and fouling the adjustment processes of the monetary system.
The consequence of cartelizing
the labor market an employer faces is to force that employer to pay more than it would if individual workers were bidding against one another to sell their services.
The government's idea was that Alcoa could charge a high price for its ingot and thus impose a price floor on its competitors, in effect cartelizing
the fabricated products businesses.
the installation, the companies distorted the markets for years to come, the EC says.