Conditions of competition definition

Conditions of competition means various economic parameters of purchase or sale, the most important thereof being prices, discounts and markups or other payments as well as factors affecting them (legal restrictions of economic activity, aid granted by public and local authorities, production technologies and costs, peculiarities of the use and consumption of goods, transportation possibilities, etc.).

Examples of Conditions of competition in a sentence

Conditions of competition are sufficiently heterogeneous across the various components of the bundle to require the definition of a number of separate relevant markets.

Argentina indicated that the information and data revealed by the investigation was evaluated and taken into account by the investigating authority in its determination481, but the Panel could not477 See Annex to Record No. 781, Section V.A.4 headed "Conditions of competition", penultimate paragraph.478 See the technical report, page 47.479 See the technical report, Section VI, paragraphs 7 and 8 on pages 73 and 74.480 See Argentina's response to Panel Question No. 5.

Conditions of competition between imports of the investigated product and the domestic like product are discussed in detail in paragraphs 31 to 42 infra.

Conditions of competition between imports of the investigated product and the domestic like product are discussed in detail in paragraphs below.

Conditions of competition in the market Where the circumstances that robust competition has so far been made between the alleged entrepreneur and an excluded entrepreneur are deemed to cause price decrease or the improvement of product quality or variety in the entire market, it would be more likely to be deemed to cause a substantial restraint of competition.