Reciprocal Dealing

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Meaning of Reciprocal Dealing

In the context of anti- trust and monopolies legislation such as Sherman Act and clayton act , the term denotes an agreement between two parties facing each other as both buyer and seller and one party offers to buy other party’s goods but only if second party buys other goods from first party. It consists both in the use of purchasing power to obtain sales and the practise of preferring one’s customers in purchasing; in this context, it is an effective way to improve sales and to deny competitors equal access to the market . See Ryals v national Car Rental System Inc., (D.C. Minn.) 404 F.Supp. 481.

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