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"Combat Market Sharing Cartels" Information Centre

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Market sharing occurs when businesses collude to carve up markets and agree not to compete for each other’s customers. Market sharing is a form of serious anti-competitive conduct which can lead to reduced consumer choices and un-competitively high prices.

The Competition Commission has developed a series of educational materials to raise community awareness on the topic. Members of the public are welcome to download the materials.



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Educational Videos

A Bite of Conspiracy - Part I

A Bite of Conspiracy - Part II



Press Release