Over the past 15 years bakers in Canada have been colluding to raise the price of bread across many of Canada’s major retailers. The retailers (allegedly) agreed to the price increase so long as the others in the group also maintained the high prices. While some of the retailers are denying the claim, Canada’s Competition Bureau is developing a case to expose the participants.
Narcos — We Have Miami
The group originally agreed to have sole control over Miami and New York and share Los Angeles among the two separate gangs, but it appears that independent members have been poaching areas from one another. The strength of a cartel is in their ability to self-regulate and to not over produce. Cartels have the ability to operate like a monopoly, but only if they’re stable.
The League — Colluding to Split the Body
Andre is upset with a competing doctor decides to start operating on feet (toebesity) because they had originally agreed to split the bottom in half. Removing competition for plastic surgery meant that each could charge higher prices for their services.