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High Court Hears Vitamin Antitrust Case
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High Court Hears Vitamin Antitrust Case

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High Court Hears Vitamin Antitrust Case

High Court Hears Vitamin Antitrust Case
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The Supreme Court hears arguments over whether foreign companies claiming they were overcharged for vitamins outside the United States can seek antitrust damages in U.S. courts. An appeals court has ruled that five foreign companies were free to use Sherman antitrust laws to seek damages from a cartel of vitamin makers. NPR's Nina Totenberg reports.

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