dominant firm

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A firm with a position of strong leadership in its markets. Such a position may be due to large economies of scale, possession of essential patents, or legal restrictions on entry. It is possible for a firm to lose its dominant position, through anti-monopoly action or technical innovations by smaller rivals.

Subjects: Economics.

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