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(of manufacturers or suppliers) form a cartel in (an industry or trade)‘the domestic industry retains the benefits of its expanded productivity by cartelizing the market’‘Europe's cartelized airline industry’
- ‘If any business or occupation, global or otherwise, is open to entry world wide all attempts to cartelise or monopolise will fail.’
- ‘It would, in short, retain a system of cartelized banking, special privilege, and virtually inevitable generation of inflation and contraction.’
- ‘The effect of tariffs upon the British economy was deeply controversial, but the cartelized steel industry was one industrial giant that appeared to show some benefit.’
- ‘Northland charged that interpreting ‘persons’ to include foreign farmers would permit producers around the world to join together to cartelize any agricultural product to the detriment of U.S. consumers.’
- ‘He argues that the NRA cannot assist recovery but rather will only cartelize industry.’
- ‘The banks transformed Austrian industry into one of the most heavily cartelized in Europe.’
- ‘Symeonidis finds that industries without cartels have much higher advertising expenditures than cartelized industries.’
- ‘Liquid fuels' pricing is not cartelised, despite the existence of large distributive chains in Bulgaria.’
- ‘This impressively contrasts with the first half of the century when Germany was the synonym of a highly cartelized country.’
- ‘One big trouble with that is that then people remain ignorant of the ruling class, and the fact that Business often pushes regulatory measures to cartelize the system, so I went ahead and named names…’
- ‘The Institute for Justice, for example, recently filed suit against the Louisiana Horticulture Commission, which cartelizes florists.’
- ‘As public choice economists have shown, government regulation is often the surest means to cartelize an industry, and that almost always benefits the dominant player.’
- ‘This would cartelize American industry and increase profits.’
- ‘I believe that in a free market without a competition law your worst nightmares would come true, that everything would be monopolised or cartelised.’
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