fair trade laws


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fair trade laws

n. state laws which permit manufacturers or producers to set minimum rates for resale of the product. They have been repealed or found violative of state constitutions in many states.

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Since his inauguration, the chairman has vowed to enhance the execution of fair trade laws.
Fair Trade laws, including topics on the compliance of the product safety, quality and awareness were also discussed.
The decline of black-owned independent businesses traces to many causes, but a major one that has been little noted was the decline in the enforcement of anti-monopoly and fair trade laws beginning in the late 1970s.
As trade secretary, Favila assumed the role of consumers' champion, fighting violators of price regulations, product standards and fair trade laws.
In documenting Levin's career the magazine noted that he was the first person in the state to embrace the idea of discounting, challenging the prevailing fair trade laws by asking a simple question: Why have a standard retail price?
They warned any new law would face a legal challenge under European fair trade laws.
Though Quantcast fixed the issue after researchers at UC Berkeley discovered it, the company is also named in the suit, which claims the zombie cookies violated eavesdropping and hacking laws, as well as state and federal fair trade laws.
693 (1937) (permitting states to pass so-called fair trade laws legalizing RPM within their states) and McGuire Act, Pub.
Failure to comply with the order would be a violation of Taiwan's fair trade laws.
BLUES have ripped season-ticket holders off for so long and, now that we are on their backs, they have to regulate prices because they know under fair trade laws there has to be a benefit to paying up front.
She returned in 2006 to discover how life for them had changed under Fair Trade laws.