Predatory pricing is one of the most debated aspects of antitrust legislation and theory. Economic scholars dispute its existence, and the methods for its detection are the subject of ongoing debate. Consequently, the regulation of this type of anticompetitive behaviour has developed significantly over the past thirty years. The cases and Guidelines reveal a careful approach taken to behaviour as predation. The need to ensure that legitimate forms of competition are not penalized is integral to the success of the Competition Act and to the attainment of its enumerated purposes.
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