antitrust laws

Definition of "antitrust laws"
  1. Regulations that prevent illegal restraints, price fixing, and monopolies to ensure market competition and the production of quality goods and services at the least possible prices
How to use "antitrust laws" in a sentence
  1. Large tech companies have been under scrutiny for potential violations of antitrust laws.
  2. The mergers and acquisitions team ensured their client's compliance with antitrust laws.
  3. Antitrust laws are put in place to prevent businesses from creating monopolies that could exploit consumers.

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