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Abuse of a dominant position definition

What does Abuse of a dominant position mean?

Exclusionary or exploitative conduct by a dominant 'undertaking' which may harm the policy objectives of EU and/or UK competition law.

Abusive conduct can consist of either pricing or non-pricing strategies by dominant undertakings and infringes the prohibitions in Article 102 TFEU and/or in the Competition Act 1998, s 18, unless the undertaking presents evidence of objective justification.

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Abuse of a dominant position is referenced 2 in Halsbury's Laws of England

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