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What is predatory pricing? PDF Print
Predatory pricing occurs where a dominant firm sets its prices very low, often below its cost of production, with the intention of forcing its competitors out of the market, thereby creating a monopoly so that it can subsequently charge very high prices, earning supernormal prices.
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Mr. John Davies, Senior Vice President of Compass Lexecon (Paris) delivers his presentation on Competition Policy and Economic Development – is there a link for Small Economies? to the audience at the FTC’s 13th Annual Lecture.