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Competition law Economy Relevant market Small but significant and non-transitory increase in price Market Competition and Consumer Act Monopoly Single market Economics Law Federal Court
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Competition law Economy Relevant market Small but significant and non-transitory increase in price Market Competition and Consumer Act Monopoly Single market Economics Law Federal Court
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" Re QCMA (1976) ATPR 40-012 at 17, 247 Discuss the concept of a market and the process of market definition, with reference to case law, legislation and any other relevant material. Word Limit: 2000 words. Footnotes are not included in the word count. There is an allowance for 10% more or less than the word count. Answers that significantly exceed 2000 words will be penalised. Introduction: Within Australian competition law, accurate market definition represents the first hurdle in assessing anti competitive behavior amongst firms. Section 4E of the Trade Practices Act1 (TPA) provides the relevant definition of a market.2 This is used in conjunction with section 46 which outlines misuse of market power. To place this in context, it must be remembered that...
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