Cartel

One can distinguish private cartels from public cartels. In the public cartel a government is involved to enforce the cartel agreement, and the government`s sovereignty shields such cartels from legal actions. Inversely, private cartels are subject to legal liability under the antitrust laws now found in nearly every nation of the world. Furtherm....
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Cartel

• (n.) A letter of defiance or challenge; a challenge to single combat. • (n.) An agreement between belligerents for the exchange of prisoners. • (v. t.) To defy or challenge.
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Cartel

(n) Cartel is the group of independent but symmetrical persons or business entity formed for the purpose of attaining unfair benefits using their collective strength to control the market activity. Eg. Pre-qualified bidders coming together to decide not to quote below certain rate.2. OPEC deciding to curtail oil production to increase the price.
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Cartel

[rap group] Cartel is a 1995 Turkish hip hop group that received attention and popularity in both Turkey and Germany. They were famous for pioneering the use of traditional Turkish music instruments in Hip Hop music. Cartel was the first Turkish-language project to get off the ground and often credited as the group that ignited `Oriental hi...
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Cartel

[ship] Cartel ships, in international law in the 18th and the 19th centuries, were ships employed on humanitarian voyages, in particular, to carry prisoners for exchange between places agreed upon in the terms of the exchange. While serving as a cartel, a ship was not subject to capture. However, if it engaged in commerce or warlike acts su...
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Cartel

Car'tel transitive verb To defy or challenge. [ Obsolete] « You shall cartel him. B. Jonson. »
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Cartel

Car·tel' noun [ French, from Late Latin cartellus a little paper, dim. from Latin charta . See 1st Card .] 1. (Mil.) An agreement between belligerents for the exchange of prisoners. Wilhelm. 2. A letter of defiance or challenge; a challenge to singl...
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Cartel

A cartel is a written agreement for the exchange or ransom of prisoners.
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Cartel

A cartel is an agreement between belligerents for the exchange of prisoners.
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Cartel

A cartel is an unarmed ship commissioned in time of war to exchange prisoners of any two hostile powers, or to carry proposals from one to another.
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Cartel

A group of firms acting together to restrict prices. Most commonly, a group of producers agree not to sell below a given price to give themselves monopoly pricing power....more on Cartel
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Cartel

A group of firms or countries that seeks to raise the price of a good by restricting its supply. The term is usually used for international groups, especially involving state-owned firms and/or governments.
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Cartel

A group of independent corporations or other entities that join together to fix prices, control distribution, or reduce competition. For exmple, OPEC (Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries) is an intergovernmental organization that represents 13 oil producing countries. Many private (nongovernmental) cartels operate behind a veil of secrecy...
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Cartel

A group of producers who act together to fix price, output or conditions of sale.
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Cartel

A group of producers who act together to fix price, output or conditions of sale
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Cartel

A group of separate companies or nations which together agree to control prices and not compete against each other. Also known as a Price Ring
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cartel

Agreement among national or international firms not to compete with one another. Cartels can be formed to fix prices by maintaining the price of a product at an artificially low level, to deter new...
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cartel

Agreement among national or international firms not to compete with one another. Cartels can be formed to fix prices by maintaining the price of a product at an artificially low level, to deter new competitors, or to restrict production of a commodity in order to maintain prices at an artificially high level to boost profits. The members of a carte...
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Cartel

An alliance or arrangement among industrial or commercial enterprises or nations aimed at limiting c
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cartel

association of independent firms or individuals for the purpose of exerting some form of restrictive or monopolistic influence on the production or ... [6 related articles]
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Cartel

Book value.
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cartel

cartel (kärtel') , national or international organization of manufacturers or traders allied by agreement to fix prices, limit supply, divide markets, or to fix quotas for sales, manufacture, or division of profits among the member firms. In that it often has international scope the cartel ...
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cartel

cartel 1. A consortium of independent organizations formed to limit competition by controlling the production and distribution of a product or service. 2. An official agreement between governments at war, especially one concerning the exchange of prisoners. 3. A group of parties, factions, or nations united in a common cause; a bloc. 4. Etymolog...
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Cartel

Cartel is a formal or informal agreement between a number of oligopolistic firms to exploit and share the market, usually by defining common prices of their goods.
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n. 1) an arrangement among supposedly independent corporations or national monopolies in the same industrial or resource development field organized to control distribution, set prices, reduce competition, and sometimes share technical expertise. Often the participants are multinational corporations which operate across numerous borders and have li...
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