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Sherman Antitrust Act of 1890
The Sherman Antitrust Act of 1890 declared illegal any effort to combine or conspire to monopolize a particular market.
The oldest of America's antitrust laws, the Sherman Antitrust Act was signed into law on July 2, 1890, by President Benjamin Harrison. The Sherman Antitrust Act was the first action taken by the federal government to place limits on business monopolies and cartels and to prevent restraints on trade, such as price fixing. Violations of the act were treated as misdemeanors. The Sherman Antitrust Act, written by the Republican senator John Sherman of Ohio, vested government attorneys and courts with both the authority and the responsibility to seek out and investigate suspected violators of the terms specified in the act. The original intention of the Sherman Antitrust Act was to protect consumers from big businesses that were using unscrupulous means to raise prices artificially, such as intentionally producing too few goods to meet consumer demand and thereby driving up the ...
The solution reckons the evolution of anti-dumping laws in the United States. The following laws were discussed chronogically: Sherman Antitrust Act of 1890, The Wilson Tariff Act of 1894, United States Anti-dumping Act of 1916, and the
Anti-dumping Act of 1921.
Comprehensive environmental analysis outline on Mexico
We are doing a paper on Mexico and importing goods from the US. This week I need to get the following information about the country and some guidance on preparing to do business in another country. Mexico was our choice.
The following Regional Analysis need to be performed and I have no idea how to go about this in terms of business research.
Region Analysis Paper:
1) Regional alliances
2) Physical environment
6) Social, health, and environmental