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Economic Definition of fourth rule of competition. Defined.

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Term fourth rule of competition Definition: The fourth of seven basic rules of the economy. It is the notion that competition among market buyers and sellers generate an efficient allocation of resources. Competition depends on the relative number of buyers and sellers. Fewer numbers give that side of the market relatively more market control and thus limits competition.


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