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          Unfair competition in the business world occurs when unlawful, deceitful and immoral practices are adopted by businesses, simply to get ahead of the competition. It confuses or manipulates the public with incorrect information, pertaining to the products or services offered by a business organization.

          Some of the most common situations which are examples of unfair competition are when an organization disparages a product offered by a rival business house, without any proof to substantiate its claims, or when a business advertises or promotes its products in a misleading manner which does not reflect the true features of its products or services. Other common unfair competition forms include embezzlement, violation of trademark laws and breaking a restrictive agreement. Misleading consumers by using packaging, name or a trademark that replicates another product owned by a different business also amounts to unfair competition. Unfair competition is categorized into two - unfair competition and unfair trade practices. While unfair competition is often used in reference to torts intended to confuse consumers regarding products, unfair trade practices cover all other forms of unfair competition.

          The unfair competition law has been established with the intention of helping businesses protect their economic, creative and intellectual investments. It has been designed to make sure that businesses are able to maintain the goodwill they enjoy in the market, and it is not tarnished by their competitors. The law also aspires to encourage consumers to bank on the good will of a business. Another objective of this law is to promote healthy competition by introducing incentives for businesses that provide quality good and services.WelcomeToWelcomeRocketswag

 

 

    
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