The United States Supreme Court has held that a price differential that accords due recognition and reimbursement for actual functions performed does not trigger the presumption of an injury to competition, and therefore is legal under the Clayton Act.
Texaco v Hasbrouck, ___ US ___, 110 S Ct 2535 (1990).
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