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“What actually constitutes ‘an extreme pricing practice,’ typically referred to as ‘price gouging,’ has nothing to do with sound economic theory and shows no consideration of what constitutes efficient price formation or the role of prices in an economy.”“A year ago it was toilette paper; today it’s gasoline. The products…

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