2. The terms "monopoly" and "competition" are somewhat vague & elusive in that they are hard to define outside of rather narrow, artificial, and more-or-less arbitrary assumptions. Acknowledging the problems of ambiguity in these concepts, the term "monopoly" is used in this article loosely to mean a situation in which one seller fully dominates his particular market because competition is barred from that field.
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