TeachMeFinance.com - explain Tying Arrangement
Tying Arrangement -- A condition that a seller imposes on a buyer, requiring that if the buyer desires to purchase one product (tying product), the buyer must also agree to purchase another product (tied product), which the buyer may or may not want. The laws of some countries prohibit certain tying arrangements, for example in the U.S. the Clayton and the Sherman anti-trust Acts.
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