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the Clayton Act


Definitions of the Clayton Act

  • a piece of US legislation that prohibits mergers or acquisitions likely to reduce competition

    "The underlying reasoning behind the Clayton Act is economically sound: In the absence of competition, monopolistic firms can give less value."

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