Oligopolies often have strict market parameters that prevent new players from entering the market, which limits competition. In an oligopoly, no one firm dominates the market. Instead, two or more firms share access to the market, which often leads to higher prices and less industry innovation.
Mike Green and Louis Vincent Gave deep dive into growing U.S. vs China economic battles. who is positioned to lead in the future? How is C.Y.A. undermining growth and causing risk aversion in Western society.