Price discrimination is defined as

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    the practice of charging different prices to different consumers for a good or service by slightly altering the packaging or features for the different groups.
     the practice of charging different prices to different consumers for the same goods or services.
     disregarding the profit motive by favoring one group of buyers over another by charging that group a lower price.
     the practice of selling a good or service for the same price to different groups of consumers but slightly altering the packaging, quantity or features of the good or service for each group.
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the practice of charging different prices to different consumers for the same goods or services.
answered Jun 3, 2013 by Xyz ~Expert~ (3,650 points)

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