What is anti-competitive behaviour?

What is anti-competitive behaviour?
Collaborating with another business to fix, maintain or control pricing is known as cartel conduct. (Image: Aiman Raza)
Georgina Toomey
Companies operating in the same industry as your business are your competitors. Competition is crucial for all businesses in New Zealand as it promotes innovation, efficiency, and continuous improvement. To attract and retain customers, businesses need to provide superior products and services. This competitive environment encourages businesses to strive to offer more unique and enhanced options than their competitors. Consumers then benefit from a broader range of choices, better quality and more reasonable prices. It’s im...

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