PublicMarket is the team that is taking on the centralized Monopolistic ecommerce marketplace.
This exploitation of Monopolistic companies and their principles are absent in the Socialist economy.
Being the only player, a Monopolistic firm controls the entire supply to the market,
as there's no competition.
You can look
to the government for tougher regulations on Amazon or just a general crackdown on Monopolistic tech companies.
words, the ability to control the supply of money was“throughout history, the most sought-after Monopolistic power of man”(below).
A business organization needs to break or change the rules and
create new strengths by adopting a Monopolistic success formula.
At the same time the Company used its political power to acquire Monopolistic control over Indian trade and production.
These policies have been attacked as unfair and even Monopolistic, but are a clear advantage of the conglomerate strategy.
Nevertheless, governments often
regulate private business behavior that appears Monopolistic, such as in a situation where a firm owns a share.
Main benefit of socialism is that it is free from Monopolistic practices which are to be found in a capitalist society.
Cashing in on the opportunity,
Glazer negotiated a contract that saw him establish a Monopolistic watch repair shop for soldiers in the base.
Nevertheless, governments often
regulate private business behavior that appears Monopolistic, such as a situation where one firm owns
the lion's share of a market.
This will effectively leave small, innovative companies
dead in the water, while strengthening the Monopolistic stranglehold that large, established companies have on the internet.
Absence of Monopolistic Practices: Main benefit of socialism is
that it is free from Monopolistic practices which are to be found in a capitalist society.
Because being in a competitive market it
leads you facing more marketing challenges while a Monopolistic market actually drives you towards grabbing the complete market share.
For protecting the main principles of the freedom of the press and to help the newspapers against Monopolistic tendencies, a Newspaper Financial Corporation should be constituted.
In popular news jargon, this word denotes a successful business
magnate who has built for himself a vast(and often Monopolistic) empire in one or more specific industries.
To truly eliminate unfair competition, the giant Monopolistic multinational corporations should be broken up, since
they have an obvious unfair trade advantage over small farmers and small businesses.
He had to scale a number of obstacles as the British and
Scottish merchants tried to shut his business by unethical and Monopolistic methods, but he was able to persevere.
The general indication of Congress policy is of vital importance and applies not only to public utilities but to large-
scale industries and enterprises which are likely to be Monopolistic in character.
Though the company has always sought to become a world-class transportation platform, it has recently begun to describe itself as“Amazon for transportation”-
an ambition which indicates the company is making a Monopolistic data play.
Tribunals, on the other hand, are usually manned by experts who can deal with and solve such problems; for example problems relating to family disputes, gas, electricity,
railway rates, Monopolistic practices, consumer disputes, etc.
Blockchain pioneers have spent countless hours thinking of industries and use cases where decentralized organizations built on top of transparent protocols
will be able to replace the centralized Monopolistic companies that dominate so much of our banking and commerce.
Already the First Press Commission of 1954 voiced concern over ownership concentration in the
Indian media and in 1982 the Second Press Commission advocated public takeover of the top eight newspaper establishments in the country to break up Monopolistic structures.
In 1969, the Indian Legislature enacted the Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices( MRTP) Act by which the Monopolies Commission was set up and
given powers to entertain complaints regarding Monopolistic and restrictive trade practices,
and later unfair trade practices by the Amendment Act in 1984.
The relevant court documents- embedded below- are filled with legalese which admittedly makes it hard for non-lawyers to interpret the ruling to great detail, but the key take-away is that the court has found that Facebook's
conduct in this case was not in any way Monopolistic of nature, nor anticompetitive.