Markets are self-annihilating.

Suppliers want the best price for their goods, but markets might force them to be in competition with eachother.

Models, studies and real world analyses show that cartel-formation is natural and can happen even without explicit contracts between suppliers.

Suppliers are able to slowly hike their price above one another if their sales are comparable.

Left to its own devices, a market destroys itself.

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