oligopolistic

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oligopoly +‎ -istic

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oligopolistic (comparative more oligopolistic, superlative most oligopolistic)

  1. Having the character of, or dominated by, an oligopoly
    • 1988 August 5, David Moberg, “Competing Together”, Chicago Reader:
      There was little competition in oligopolistic industries, and "Fordist" production techniques emphasized long production runs, routinized and "deskilled" work, and minimal innovation or attention to quality.

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