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Old 02-23-2013, 07:46 PM   #61
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Beenthere: I thought in your example there were fewer companies able to stay in business and less competition and the fix was to force a company to increase prices, like breaking up a monopoly...that's what I was saying I may be in favor of. I think I've heard of countries or business artificially reducing prices and maybe even losing money in the short term to hurt their competitors. Maybe that shouldn't be allowed. I want competition.

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