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Robinson-Patman Act of 1936
is an amendment to the
when the effect "may be substantially to lessen
or create a
"; prohibits payments of broker's
when an independent
is not employed; forbids sellers to provide allowances or
to buyers unless these are available to all buyers on "equally proportional terms"; and prohibits a buyer from inducing or receiving a prohibited discrimination in price.
American Marketing Association.
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