Ley Antimonopolio: Prohibiciones y Excepciones von Lecturio Online Courses

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Über den Vortrag

Der Vortrag „Ley Antimonopolio: Prohibiciones y Excepciones“ von Lecturio Online Courses ist Bestandteil des Kurses „Ley Antimonopolio – Instrucción (ES)“.

Quiz zum Vortrag

  1. An association of independent companies that aim to restrict competition in their favour.
  2. A merger of independent companies aimed at intensifying competition.
  3. A single, independent company that aims to distort competition in its favour.
  4. Companies that want to maximise their profits.
  1. Vertical agreements concern companies within a production chain, for example suppliers and customers.
  2. Horizontal agreements concern companies at the same market level, for example two confectionery manufacturers that are direct competitors.
  3. Vertical agreements only affect companies with a dominant market position, which may not abuse this position.
  4. Horizontal agreements affect companies within a production chain, for example suppliers and buyers.
  1. If you enter into a price agreement with competitors.
  2. If you as a supplier agree with your purchasing dealers that they will not buy products from other suppliers.
  3. When you analyse competitor press releases and price indices to set your own prices.
  4. When you, as a market participant, exchange information with competitors on the general market situation and current developments.
  1. The agreement does not affect any material aspects, such as the price.
  2. There are no restrictions on sales to end consumers.
  3. Prices are jointly designed to ensure the economic success of the agreement.
  4. The agreements concern territorial restrictions.
  1. Own opinions and experiences that are not confidential, sensitive or strategically important.
  2. General economic data, statistics and industry overviews.
  3. Price increases, discount programmes and payment terms.
  4. You can meet with competitors and discuss prices as long as no agreements are made.
  1. You remain vigilant and watch out for possible signs of cartel agreements within your company or in the industry in which you operate. You also scrutinise your own actions.
  2. If you suspect a cartel agreement, contact your superiors and make the suspicion transparent.
  3. To counteract cartel agreements, you can exchange discreet signals with competitors in order to agree on certain business practices.
  4. You can make agreements with your competitors to restrict production in order to keep prices stable

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