Definition of

Fair-trade Act

  1. (noun, communication) formerly a state law that protected manufacturers from price-cutting by allowing them to set minimum retail prices for their merchandise; eliminated by the United States Congress in 1975

via WordNet, Princeton University

Alternate forms of Fair-trade Act

Hypernyms: legislative act, statute

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