Unfair Competition

Discipline: Economics

Unfair Competition is a common reference to all sorts of unaccepted business practices that unjustly favors a company against its competitors.

Unfair Competition practices can lead to civil or criminal causes of action under the commercial law of the land.

Examples of unfair competition include: trademark infridgements, misappropriation of trade secrets, deceptive promotion campaigns, and copyright violations.

Also see: anti-dumping, dumping

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