perfect competition

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The idealized, and rare, examples of completely open markets in which unrestricted free trade operates, where all goods of a specific type are homogeneous, and where buyers and sellers possess all pertinent information which they use rationally. See also competition; imperfect competition.

Subjects: Business and Management.

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