GRI 206: Anti-competitive Behavior 2016
Contains disclosures for organizations to report information about their anticompetitive behavior-related impacts, and how they manage these impacts 💥.
The Standard is structured as follows:
Section 1 contains a requirement, that provides information about how the organization manages its anticompetitive behavior-related impact.
Section 2 contains one disclosure, which provides information about the organization’s anti-competitive behavior-related impacts.
The Glossary contains defined terms with a specific meaning when used in the GRI Standards. The terms are underlined in the text of the GRI Standards and linked to the definitions.
The Bibliography lists authoritative intergovernmental instruments used in developing this Standard.
The rest of the Introduction section provides a background on the topic, an overview of the system of GRI Standards, and further information on using this Standard.
Background on the topic
This Standard addresses the topic of anti-competitive behavior, including anti-trust and monopoly practices. Anti-competitive behavior refers to actions of an organization or its employees that can result in collusion with potential competitors, with the purpose of limiting the effects of market competition. This can include fixing prices or coordinating bids, creating market or output restrictions, imposing geographic quotas, and allocating customers, suppliers, geographic areas, or product lines. Anti-trust and monopoly practices are actions of an organization that can result in collusion to erect barriers for entry into the sector or to otherwise prevent competition. This can include unfair business practices, abuse of market position, cartels, anti-competitive mergers, and price-fixing. These concepts are covered in key instruments of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development: see the Bibliography.
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