A word from some of the Victims of Anti-Competition.
It irrevocably show a patern of the Swiss cartel refusal
to supply by imposing egregious requirements all over the US.
Below, again what the U.S. Laws states:
"The Sherman Act outlaws all contracts, combinations, and conspiracies that unreasonably restrain interstate and foreign trade. This includes agreements among competitors to fix prices, rig bids, and allocate customers. The Sherman Act also makes it a crime to monopolize any part of interstate commerce. An unlawful monopoly exist when only one firm controls the market for a product or service, and it has obtained that market power, not because is product or service is superior to others, but by suppressing competition with anti-competitive conduct".
"In United States law. Certain tying arrangements are illegal in the United States under both the Sherman Antitrust Act, and Section 3 of the Clayton Act. A tying arrangement is defined as "an agreement by a party to sell one product but only on the condition that the buyer also purchases a different (or tied) product,..."
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