Antitrust Laws prohibit aggressively competitive behavior that is done to narrow the market demand. This helps level the playing field for the corporations that may already have an upper hand in the market, it is done to solidify and expand on the grasp of the market share.
What is Anti-Trust Law?
Maintaining a free market is essential to a fair business practice and environment for up and coming business models.
Examples of Antitrust laws in action are like the following: prevention of an already established business from skewing price levels, which in effect can drive more customers away from other comprable business practices. In this example, customers are being unethically poached, and alluded. Some companies also combine marketing efforts to set a price level across all of their product to establish a higher price point, since there aren’t any other providers.