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3. division or allocation of markets or customers;
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7. targets for production of products or the level of production;
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11. compilation of “approved” lists of customers or suppliers.
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13. Whether a company’s pricing practices are “unethical,” “improper,” etc.
14. Coordination of “bids” or “requests for bids” or requests for proposals (“RFPs”).
15. Standards or codes to eliminate competition.
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