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Another angle in A-B InBev antitrust case: “coordinated effects” on pricing

In antitrust law, the so-called "coordinated effects" theory holds that in a highly concentrated market, competitors might coordinate their prices or other kinds of behavior either through outright collusion or implicitly. Defense lawyers say that it is an especially powerful theory when the government has credible evidence that market players could coordinate their customer strategies.

via In Beer Antitrust Case, US Puts Successful Theory to a New Test.


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