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Arguments in favor of reviving conventional competition are starting to be heard, especially in the U.S. and Europe. (Source photo by Reuters)
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Success of dominant companies presents nations with dilemma

Oligopolies are destroying competition and with it, R&D and innovation

KAZUYA MANABE and YUTA KOGA, Nikkei staff writers | North America

TOKYO -- Advanced nations are struggling with the dilemma that the stronger their leading companies are, the lower the economic growth rate becomes.

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