Competition Policies and Consumer Welfare
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Competition Policies and Consumer Welfare

Corporate Strategies and Consumer Prices in Developing Countries

Edited by Lahcen Achy and Susan Joekes

The fundamental goal of competition law is to support productivity and innovativeness; in fact, the short-term effect of enforcement actions is often a reduction in product prices. This book reports the findings of consumer market studies into a range of goods and services in developing countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America. It finds a pervasive lack of competition in those markets, which not only reduces the standard of living of consumers, including poor and vulnerable groups, but also softens the incentives on firms to improve the efficiency of their operations and the quality of their products
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Chapter 9: TV distribution services in Argentina

Germán Coloma, Federico Bekerman, Cecilia Castets and Marcelo D’Amore

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9. TV distribution services in Argentina Germán Coloma, Federico Bekerman, Cecilia Castets and Marcelo D’Amore1 A FAST-­CHANGING INDUSTRY Between 1996 and 2006, progress in technology together with the ­convergence of networks, devices and servic...

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