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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EU and UK competition authorities have been very active in investigating resale price maintenance in recent years and have together issued several infringement decisions.
Nevertheless, at times antitrust law has been hostile to restrictions of intrabrand competition (in particular, resale price maintenance), even in the absence of anticompetitive effects on interbrand competition.
Resale price maintenance alleviates the problem of double marginalization, and exclusive dealing enables manufacturers to protect their investments against potential retailer opportunism.
It said that its provisional view was that each of the alleged nine agreements amounted to resale price maintenance, in a "serious infringement of competition law".
(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.
Coming to defence of Price Maintenance AT A meeting of the Chamber of Trade in Darlington the system of Resale Price Maintenance was defended.
El autor JOSE ALFREDO JARAMILLO aporta en tercer lugar un escrito en ingles, intitulado Free riding and Resale Price Maintenance, a love and hate relationship.
Park & Sons (1911), the Court created the per se prohibition of resale price maintenance contracts, arguably to protect free market competition.
Resale Price Maintenance and Exclusive Dealing), and those provisions of the TPA that contain absolute or per se prohibitions (e.g.
In most instances, manufacturers will now be able to use minimum resale price maintenance when dealing with retailers without violating federal antitrust laws.