Price Discrimination

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Price Discrimination

Price Discrimination and International Trade Economy

In relation to international trade economy, Christopher Mark (1993) provided the following definition of Price Discrimination: The practice of charging unequal prices to different buyers of products that are essentially identical, when such pricing does not correspond to differences in supply cost. Dumping is a form of price discrimination which, in principle, can be maintained only if the exporter's home market is sheltered by trade barriers (preventing re-importation of goods which have been sold below cost in foreign markets).

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