Developments in the Canadian Law of Price Maintenance and Predatory Pricing, by James Musgrove

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This paper seeks to briefly summarize the recent developments in two key provisions of the Canadian Competition Act (“the Act”) which control how products may be distributed, namely price maintenance and predatory pricing. In each of these areas, the relevant provisions of the Act are discussed, as well as some recent developments and practical implications. These rules, while not the “glamour sports” of the antitrust world, are fundamental to product distribution arrangements. Understanding these rules in Canada is central for the development of North American distribution policies.

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