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RPCRevised Penal Code (Philippines)
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RPCRenta per Capita (Spanish: Income per Capita)
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RPCRegion Protection Code
RPCRegents Park College (UK)
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RPCRecommandations pour la Pratique Clinique (French: Guidelines for Clinical Practice)
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RPCRegional Plantation Company (Sri Lanka)
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RPCRefined Petroleum Coke
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RPCRestricted Path Consistency (graph theory)
RPCReorganization Planning Committee (Maine)
RPCRecycled Products Cooperative (California)
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The DGFT, whose office has been responsible since 1973, inter alia, for maintaining the register of restrictive agreements, following up complaints from competitors or customers, and initiating proceedings in the Restrictive Practices Court, thus receives greatly enhanced powers under the new Act.
The restrictive Practices Court held in 1970 that without minimum prices, the range of medicines and the number of pharmacies stocking a full range of remedies would be reduced, to the public detriment.
Under the new Competition Act, the Restrictive Practices Court is due to be abolished in March 2000, and its powers given to the OFT.
Sky's monopoly of live coverage of the Premier League was ruled fair by the Restrictive Practices Court and media rivals Granada and NTL from cable TV have taken stakes in clubs.
SKY BLUES chairman Bryan Richardson today expressed his delight and disgust following yesterday's ruling by the Restrictive Practices Court's decision to maintain the current television broadcasting rights.
But despite losing the case in the Restrictive Practices court, the OFT's director John Bridgeman last night warned he would try again.
"The Restrictive Practices Court's decision that the public interest is best served by the present arrangements is good news for the whole of football and its supporters," Trust chairman Tom Pendry said.
The new impetus follows the decision by the Restrictive Practices Court not to uphold a claim by the Office of Fair Trading that clubs were acting as a cartel by signing a single agreement with BSkyB for televised match rights.
The Restrictive Practices Court admits the deal between BSkyB and the football authorities does impose restrictions on the broadcasting of matches, but believes the benefits outweigh the disadvantages.
Chelsea chairman Ken Bates hailed the decision by Mr Justice Ferris at the Restrictive Practices Court in London as a victory for football - and rounded on OFT director-general John Bridgeman.
Mr Bridgeman, director-general of the Office of Fair Trading, gave the warning just days after the Restrictive Practices Court upheld the league's deal to sell TV rights for matches en bloc to BSkyB and the BBC.
The decision by the Restrictive Practices Court that BSkyB's exclusive deal with football's Premier League is NOT against the public interest is the right one.