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Future Marketplace: Free and Fair

Hanns Kuttner

New technologies have brought broader choices and more competition. They have expanded the scope of the market. But when these technologies allow turning the sales tax difference into a price advantage that tips the scales from one seller to another, they confer special treatment.

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