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Government Intervention And Antitrust Law
1,714 wordsGovernment Intervention in Individual Markets: A Look at Government Intervention and Antitrust Law via the Microsoft Case Growth and Development in the US Economy In light of recent developments, I took a different approach to this paper. The Microsoft Antitrust case has been somewhat of a phenomenon that has become one of the most prominent cases in recent years. Because of this, I decided to look at government intervention into individual markets, along with antitrust law, via that particular ...
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Dominant Position Anti Competitive
1,933 wordsThe European Union (EU) has had a direct and profound effect on the economies of member states. The main objective of the EU is to enhance the allocation efficiency of the economies of the member states by removing barriers to the movement of goods, services, and production. The regulation of competition is administered by the EUs competition policy. The aim of the policy is to create and maintain a system permitting undistorted competition within an economic region. The notion of pure competiti...
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Pc Operating Systems U S Department
1,701 wordsNow a day's when one hears the words "Anti-trust Law", everyone automatically thinks about the Anti-trust Lawsuit against the Microsoft Corporation. But many people wonder what exactly has Microsoft done to bring up these charges, and how does this law apply to Microsoft? To start with, the economy found with in the United States, is one that is dependent on competitive competition, and on the operation of a multiple market force. In other words, it is the condition of which there is economic ri...
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Trade Practices Anti Competitive
546 wordsA very noticeable feature of the Trade Practices Act is the inclusion of some provisions dealing not only with anti-competition generally, but specifically those covering anti-competitive practices in the telecommunications industry. This represents a major advancement in the protection of yet another potentially abusive area of consumer services, which can come up with the reduction of trade barriers, growth of financial markets and improvements in information technology have contributed to a m...
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Adversely Affect Anti Competitive
2,389 wordsEconomics The merger wave has had a substantial impact on the work of the antitrust enforcement agencies. In fiscal year 1998 there were over 4700 merger filings under the Hart-Scott-Radio Act approximately 28 % greater than fiscal year 1997 (Merger Wave, 1997), and the largest volume of merger filings in history. Nowadays, merger started playing an important part of the economy development. Merger waves are not a new phenomenon, but are there anything new or different about the current merger w...
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Goods Or Services Trade Practices
1,039 wordsAustralian Law A very noticeable feature of the Trade Practices Act is the inclusion of some provisions dealing not only with anti-competition generally, but specifically those covering anti-competitive practices in the telecommunications industry. This represents a major advancement in the protection of yet another potentially abusive area of consumer services, which can come up with the reduction of trade barriers, growth of financial markets and improvements in information technology have con...
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Tax System Anti Competitive
2,067 wordsComparison of Australian taxation system Abstract A fundamental shift is occurring in the thinking of revenue authorities across the leading developed countries. The fear of lost revenue from international tax avoidance is giving way to the fear of lost revenue from non-competitive international tax systems. It is almost unheard of for the Deputy Secretary of the U. S. Department of the Treasury to state, as he did recently, that the sad truth of U. S. international tax rules is that they no lon...
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Internet Service Provider Wells Fargo
5,965 wordsThrough a combination of tactics that many people would consider monopolistic Microsoft is now involved in almost every aspect of the computer and computer-related telecommunications markets and is emerging as a major player in Internet commerce and on-line media ventures. As of March 1997, 87 % of all the software developers were actually developing the Windows bit 32 platform, which is the operating system for Microsoft. Fifty three percent of 2. 4 million US Professional developers use Micros...
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Gain Market Share United States V
3,736 wordsThe Microsoft Corporation (Microsoft) has been under investigation since 1990 for alleged antitrust violations. The Department of Justice (DOJ) feels that Microsoft has a monopoly in the field of operating systems (OSs), and that Microsoft has traditionally cemented this monopoly through unlawful exercises of monopoly power. As a result, the DOJ got Microsoft to sign a consent decree addressing Microsoft's illegal pricing policies and overly restrictive non-disclosure agreements. However, Micros...
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Sherman Anti Trust Anti Trust Act
659 wordsAs this paper is written there is a landmark court case proceeding in Washington in front of a federal judge. This case involves the charging of the Microsoft Corporation for violating antitrust laws set up by the government to preserve market competition. A general overview of the accusations brought against Microsoft by the Justice Department was given by Hayes in the Scholastic Update article The U. S. versus Microsoft (1999). This article explains why the federal government is suing Microsof...
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