Third line forcing

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Third line forcing is a form of exclusive dealing involving the supply of goods or services on the condition that the purchaser buys goods or services from a particular third party, or a refusal to supply because the purchaser will not agree to that condition.

Third line forcing is strictly prohibited by the Australian Competition and Consumer Act 2010 and Algerian law also ( article 06 of the ordinance n° 03-03 of July 19 2003) .[1]


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