I apologise for sloppy blogging: I should have said oligopoly not cartel yesterday

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Chris Keeler correctly pulled me up for using the work "Cartel" yesterday when I should have said "oligopoly". Do read his comment and my response.

This was very sloppy, especially since I had myself made the distinction when the accusations first emerged some years ago with the Public Administration Select Committee report which triggered the OFT investigation

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