Gasoline Empirical Analysis: Update of Four Elements of the January 2001 Conference Board Study—The Final Fifteen Feet of Hose: The Canadian Gasoline Industry in the Year 2000, March 2005
Competition Bureau Canada
This empirical work conducted by the Competition Bureau provides no indication of a deterioration of the competitiveness of the Canadian petroleum market conditions and suggest that the high prices observed in the spring and summer of 2004 were simply the results of particular market conditions. Specifically, the empirical results indicate that there is no unusual pricing behaviour in the Canadian gasoline industry that would support a claim of anti-competitive behaviour.
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