predatory pricing

Definition of "predatory pricing"
  1. A strategy where a business intentionally prices its products or services lower than its costs, resulting in a loss, with the objective of driving competitors out of the market
How to use "predatory pricing" in a sentence
  1. The small convenience store down the street had to close due to a large retailer's predatory pricing tactics.
  2. The board of the start-up discussed the risk of predatory pricing from established companies in their industry segment.
  3. Government regulations often prevent companies from engaging in predatory pricing as a competitive strategy to dominate the market.

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