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Clayton Act

Definition

Short for the Clayton Antitrust Act, a federal statute enacted as an amendment to the Sherman Antitrust Act that prohibits price discrimination, exclusive-dealing and tying agreements, and mergers and acquisitions where such conduct could significantly reduce competition or create a monopoly in a particular line of commerce.

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