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What is Anti-competitive Conduct?

Two main types of anti-competitive conduct:
1. Cartels
2. Abuse of substantial market power

Cartels: It occurs when competing businesses collude to fix prices, allocate markets or rig bids instead of competing with each other to win business, thus harming competition.

        Other arrangements / agreements between businesses that may harm competition:

Abuse of substantial market power: when a business with substantial market power uses that power to exclude competitors from the market or exploit consumers.

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