Any practices, agreements, or written or verbal contracts, explicit or implicit, between competing or potentially competing entities which aim at or lead to restriction, violation , or prevention of competition shall be prohibited, particularly those whose subject matter or purpose is as follows:
1) Increasing, decreasing or fixing prices, service charges or terms of sale, and the like.
2) Setting a limit for production of goods or the rendering of services.
3) Dividing markets based on geographical areas, sale or purchase quantities, customers or any other basis adversely affecting competition.
4) Discriminating among similar clients in prices, facilities and services.
5) Undertaking measures to hinder the entry of an entity into the market or forcing it out of the market.
6) Complicity in tenders (bid rigging). Submission of declared joint bids shall not be considered complicity (bid rigging), provided that the purpose thereof is not to violate competition in any way.
7) Setting different prices on a certain commodity according to where it is sold.
8) Selling at less than the cost price in order to force competitors out of the market.