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The Rise (and Rise) of Concerns With Bargaining Power Imbalances: A Look at The ACCC’s Perishable Agricultural Goods Report

BY | March 12, 2021

Hard bargaining between two trading parties operating at different levels of the supply chain can be consistent with competitive markets and can deliver benefits to consumers. Hard bargaining between two…

Hard bargaining between two trading parties operating at different levels of the supply chain can be consistent with competitive markets and can deliver benefits to consumers. Hard bargaining between two trading parties operating at different levels of the supply chain can also create inefficiencies which lead to economic harm. How can competition agencies tell the difference and prohibit hard bargaining that crosses the line? This question was at the heart of the Australian Competition and Cons

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