…firms and the destruction of competition.
Competition remains the ugliest aspect of market reform.
A year later, in Belgium, she was a finalist in the Queen Elisabeth Competition.
This competition is open to residents of the UK, Channel Islands and the Isle of Man.
…associated with industrial economics and competition.
A more relevant divide involves attitudes to competition.
And I was happy to share thoughts about how we promote competition.
I mean, competition is good and there's competition in that space that's growing.
Somewhere between PERFECT COMPETITION and MONOPOLY, also known as imperfect competition.
In order to take part in this competition entrants must be 18 years of age or over by the date of the competition.
In the case of ties, the winner is the one with the fewest misses at the final height, or in the whole competition, or with the fewest total jumps in the competition.
This competition (the “Competition”) is operated and promoted by The Economist Newspaper Limited (“The Economist”), 1-11 John Adam Street, London WC2N 6HT, United Kingdom.
Competition can be intraspecific , for example competition between oak trees in a forest, or interspecific such as when another species of tree like birch or yew grew next to oak trees.
The new entity will sit within the existing UK competition watchdog, the Competition and Markets Authority, which can investigate and block mergers and impose fines to anti-competitive behavior.
Competition theology perversely prevented NHS hospitals working together: Poole and Bournemouth hospitals wanted to share services, but the Competition Commission barred this as anti-competitive.
Entrants are not permitted to re-submit an entry which has been selected as a winner or highly commended in a previous year’s BBC Young Composer Competition (formerly BBC Proms Inspire Competition).
This Babbage podcast (“Babbage Podcast”) competition (the “Competition”) is operated and promoted by The Economist Newspaper Limited (“The Economist”), 1-11 John Adam Street, London WC2N 6HT, United Kingdom.
This competition (the “Competition”) is operated and promoted by The Economist Newspaper Limited (“The Economist”), a company registered in England at 1-11 John Adam Street, London WC2N 6HT, United Kingdom (registered number: 236383).
These rules will be deemed incorporated in each competition except to the extent that any specific instruction in a competition (hereafter called the 'competition instructions') provides otherwise, in which case the competition instructions shall take precedence.
Such competition festivals include the Chopin International Competition for Pianists (begun 1927, Warsaw); the Queen Elisabeth of Belgium prize for violinists, pianists, and composers (begun 1937, Brussels); and the Tchaikovsky competition for pianists, violinists, and cellists (begun 1958, Moscow).
- a business relation in which two parties compete to gain customers
Example: business competition can be fiendish at times
- an occasion on which a winner is selected from among two or more contestants
- the act of competing as for profit or a prize
- the contestant you hope to defeat
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