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discriminating monopoly


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A monopoly in which the supplier's products or services are sold to consumers at different prices; by dividing the market into segments and charging each market segment the price it will bear, the monopolist increases profits. An example is the different domestic and industrial tariffs operated by suppliers of electricity in many countries.

Subjects: Economics — Business and Management.


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