Manufacturers Gain Say On Retail Prices
Post staffers Ylan Mui and Robert Barnes report this morning on a Supreme Court ruling overturning an antitrust rule that prohibited manufacturers from dictating minimum prices on their goods. The court said such pricing actions must be considered on a case-by-case basis and do not constitute a de facto antitrust violation.
There's lots of debate about what this will mean for discounters and small retailers. The decision can be found here.
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