Definition of Cartels
1. Noun. (plural of cartel) ¹
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Definition of Cartels
1. cartel [n] - See also: cartel
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Literary usage of Cartels
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. International Law: A Treatise by Lassa Oppenheim (1906)
"Thus, communication by post, telegraph, telephone, and railway, which would otherwise not take place, may be arranged by cartels, or the exchange of ..."
2. Trade and Competition, from Doha to Cancún by (Paris) Organisation for Economic Co-ope, OECD Staff (2003)
"Hard Core cartels Throughout this session there was a strong consensus that hard core cartels are the most egregious anticompetitive practice and they ..."
3. Commentaries on the Law of Nations by William Oake Manning (1875)
"Of such cartels several lie before me; they stipulate that prisoners of the same military, or naval, rank shall be exchanged against one another, ..."
4. Germany's Commercial Grip on the World: Her Business Methods Explained by Henri Hauser (1918)
"What the German cartels Are To say that the cartel is a form of industrial ... (2) Conditions of the Formation of the cartels Neither in theory nor in fact ..."
5. The Principles of International Law by Thomas Joseph Lawrence (1895)
"-j Another mode of intercourse between belligerents is by cartels, ... cartels for the exchange of prisoners are incidents of all wars between civilized ..."
6. A Treatise on International Public Law by Hannis Taylor (1901)
"cartels: postal and telegraphic communications; cartel ships. — cartels really represent the first step taken in the establishment of that kind of ..."
7. The Law of Nations Considered as Independent Political Communities by Sir Travers Twiss (1875)
"Similar cartels were made between the French and the Dutch in ... It is not unusual in modern cartels to stipulate, not merely for the ransom of prisoners ..."
8. Handbook of International Law by George Grafton Wilson (1910)
"cartels. 157. cartels are agreements between belligerents for the purpose of regulating permitted intercourse in time of war, particularly the exchange and ..."