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Monopolies have taken control of our economies and entrepreneurs are the victim of monopolies predatory practices. It is time to re-imagine localized economies for the benefit of all. Instead of our economic system benefiting only the behemoth conglomerates, our policies and practices should benefit the common good. Local business by its very nature is the antidote to monopoly power.
This is why AMIBA has committed to join the effort to reign in monopolies and give our local businesses a fair chance. There is a role for each of us. We encourage you to get involved. Start by reading The Big Deal of Antitrust Laws for Small Businesses. This short paper explains why our work is so important to you and your community.
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On October 5, 4 – 5:30 PM EDT, join us at the Access to Markets Symposium featuring Sen. Amy Klobuchar and co-hosted by: AMIBA, Common Future, Small Business Majority, Common Good Collective, and American Economic Liberties Project.
AMIBA will host a virtual convening in early October in collaboration with the Access to Markets Initiative led by the American Economic Liberties Project.
AMIBA is partnering with the American Economic Liberties Project in the Access to Markets...
Thank you to our partners in the Catalyzing Local Business Initiative
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The important work that AMIBA does to fight monopolies is funded in part by the Anti-Monopoly Fund.