Chris Fedeli wrote:
> GBurch1@aol.com wrote:
>> [It's getting worse. -- GB]
> ...and worse:
> Financial Times 13 Sept 99
> GM foods groups face huge lawsuit
> By Jean Eaglesham, Legal Correspondent
> The world's biggest life science companies
> and grain processors will face a multi-billion
> dollar antitrust action to be launched in up
> to 30 countries later this year.
> The unprecedented lawsuits will claim that
> companies such as Monsanto, DuPont and
> Novartis are exploiting bioengineering techniques
> to gain a stranglehold on agricultural markets.
Hi Chris. How is this "worse," as opposed to an entirely
separate issue: potentially illegal (or deleterious) monopoly
Anything associated with Rifkin is likely to be bad, to be sure,
and _his_ interest in this suit isn't centered on monopoly
Anything associated with Rifkin is likely to be bad, to be sure, and _his_ interest in this suit isn't centered on monopoly control.
Is it, then, that we should put up with monopolies in order to advance high tech?
-- Brian Manning Delaney <firstname.lastname@example.org> (No need to CC replies to me.)