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For your convenience, I have attached a formatted MS Word file containing the information posted below. I have also also added reference sources to this posting which might prove useful in helping to increase your understanding of the federal regulations on pricing decisions.

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Lawful price discrimination by sellers is a common practice. Discuss the conditions under which price discrimination becomes unlawful.

While the Federal Trade Commission does view most price discriminations as generally being lawful, particularly in cases where they reflect the different costs of dealing with different buyers or result from a seller's attempts to meet a ...

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For your convenience, I have attached a formatted MS Word file containing information on the subject of price discrimination, and the conditions under which price discrimination becomes unlawful.

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