orderly market

   a situation where suppliers do not compete on price
   Either through a cartel, a monopoly, or though collusion between competitors:
    Even better, other mergers left it with only a single, German, competitor, which should make for what industrialists like to call an 'orderly market'. {Daily Telegraph, 26 September 1995)

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