collusion

  1. secret agreement
  2. agreement on a secret plot

Collusion

Collusion is an agreement between two or more parties, sometimes illegal and therefore secretive, to limit open competition by deceiving, misleading, or defrauding others of their legal rights, or to obtain an objective forbidden by law typically by defrauding or gaining an unfair market advantage. It is an agreement among firms or individuals to ...
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collusion

(from the article `monopoly and competition`) Thus, in an oligopoly viable collusive agreements among rival sellers are quite possible. They may be express agreements established by contract or ...
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collusion

[n] - secret agreement
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Collusion

• (n.) An agreement between two or more persons to defraud a person of his rights, by the forms of law, or to obtain an object forbidden by law. • (n.) A secret agreement and cooperation for a fraudulent or deceitful purpose; a playing into each other`s hands; deceit; fraud; cunning.
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collusion

noun secret agreement
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Collusion

Col·lu'sion noun [ Latin collusio : confer French collusion . See Collude .] 1. A secret agreement and cooperation for a fraudulent or deceitful purpose; a playing into each other's hands; deceit; fraud; cunning. « The foxe, maister of collusion . Spenser...
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collusion

A secret agreement between two or more parties for fraud or deceit.
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Collusion

Agreements between firms to restrict competition.
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collusion

collusion 1. Literally, a playing together, or into each other's hands. 2. A secret agreement or understanding for purposes of trickery or fraud; underhanded scheming or working with another; deceit, fraud, trickery. 3. Etymology: from Old French collusion; from Latin collusionem, 'act of colluding'; from colludere, from com-, 'together' + ludere,...
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Collusion

Collusion is an agreement between two or more companies to fix prices or keep supply artificially low in an effort to disrupt the market. In other words, it occurs when two or more companies work together to control the price or supply of a product or service in order to generate higher profits.
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Collusion

Cooperation among firms to raise price and otherwise increase their profits.
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Collusion

It is an arrangement between two people or organisations to conspire against a third party with the intention of commiting a fraud.It is an illegal act to obtain something out of a third party.It can de done by traders who create situation to increase the price of commodities,in divorce cases to obatin a divorce etc.
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collusion

secret agreement
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collusion

secret agreement for a deceitful purpose 
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Collusion

Secret cooperation between two people or entities in order to fool, defraud, or gain an unfair advantage over another. Price fixing by companies supposed to be competitors is one example of collusion.
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Collusion

The action of two or more people to break the law.
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Collusion

The deceitful actions of two or more people in an attempt to defraud others.
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Collusion

Thinking and acting in ways that support dominant systems of power, privilege, and oppression. Both privileged and oppressed groups can collude with oppression.
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Collusion

This is a method of cheating where two or more people try to obtain an unfair advantage by the sharing of information.
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