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Antitrust: Myth vs Reality
No credit department should be without this information booklet which details what today's credit executives need to know about what can or cannot be down, what can or cannot be discussed, when credit terms can or cannot be adjusted and what is covered by the various antitrust statutes. It contains a concise explanation of the Sherman Act, Clayton Act and Robinson-Patman Act, a detailed review of what constitutes restraint of trade, unfair competition and conspiracy, a discussion of the exchange of credit information among business people, with specific emphasis on exchange of information on delinquent accounts and an advanced discussion on prohibited practices concerning the extension, deduction, change or withdrawl of credit, with special emphasis on changes in terms.
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