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Definition of Cartelization
1. [n -S]
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cartelization
Literary usage of Cartelization
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1. American Economic Policy and National Security by Theodore H. Moran (1993)
"But all such attempts to carve up national markets have important anticompetitive effects (VIEs, for example, require government cartelization to apportion ..."
2. Agriculture in the Gatt: An Analysis of Alternative Approaches to Reform by Joachim Zietz, Alberto Valdés (1988)
"... thus leading to the virtual cartelization of the textiles and clothing trade and leaving little if any room for the forces of competition. ..."
3. American Foreign Trade: As Promoted by the Webb-Pomerene and Edge Acts, with by William Frederick Notz, Richard Selden Harvey (1921)
"Outside of Great Britain and Germany the most significant developments in other European countries in connection with cartelization of commerce and trade ..."