»Price Squeezing as an Abuse of Dominant Position under EC Competition Law and as a Monopolization Offense under US Antitrust Law« Price squeezing can be a viable strategy for vertically integrated firms in order to exclude non-integrated competitors from downstream markets. The European Court of Justice has ruled that price squeezing in itself may amount to an abuse of a dominant position under article 102 TFEU. The US Supreme Court, however, has denied its relevance as a monopolization offense under section 2 of the Sherman Antitrust Act. The present thesis provides a comparative analysis with references to sector-spefic market regulation. von Berg, Jan Henning
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