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AMD v. Intel: An Assault on Price Competition

BY | March 17, 2008

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Robert Cooper, Mar 17, 2008 Under U.S. antitrust laws, above-cost price competition is sacrosanct. Accepting the notion that…

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle

Robert Cooper, Mar 17, 2008

Under U.S. antitrust laws, above-cost price competition is sacrosanct. Accepting the notion that aggressively discounting prices, even though the discounted prices exceed cost, might expose a company to a possible violation of the antitrust laws would turn the antitrust laws upside down. It would chill the very price competition the antitrust laws are meant to promote. It would disadvantage customers, b

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