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Post 7 made on Tuesday January 20, 2009 at 16:56
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June 2005
That is in no way price fixing, flash214. A manufacturer can limit who, where and how their products are distributed and sold as they see fit. They are also permitted to place a policy on MAP and dictate what will be sold on the net and with regional restrictions. It's all quite legit and does not harm the consumer in any way. If you don't like the price or distribution method you have options to obtain elsewhere or not at all and seek another viable product.

To be clear, price fixing (in short) relates to competing companies "fixing" the value of a particular product or service. Competing company is the key and this is not the case here.

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