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Competition is killing us

Capitalism’s central plank is that competition is king, creating a level playing field that champions only the best products, the most efficient services and the most effective people. 

Yet a cursory glance around the business world shows us that corporates don’t like competition – they aggressively protect their monopolies which stifles products, shrinks services and prevents personal accountability. So, what if this so-called competition is actually killing us…?
Joining Ross Ashcroft is author and lawyer Michelle Meagher to discuss.