What is CLAYTON ACT?

Amended antimonopoly provisions of the Sherman Act of 1890 by US federal legislation in 1914. It includes the prohibition of (1) price discrimination and tying agreements, (2) sales based on exclusive-dealing contracts, (3) mergers and interlocking directorates that lock out competition.

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