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Encyclopedias say that a "Minimum Resale Price" is a price floor that is set when a manufacturer tells its distributors that they cannot sell its products below a certain price. If the distributor sells below this price, the manufacturer has the right to refuse to supply that distributor. Minimum Resale Prices would be very interesting to shoppers since they are all looking for the lowest price. Currently, this is allowed mostly in the U.S. but as the internet grows, more and more countries will catch on. That is because, before the internet, people got the lowest price on the products that they shopped for locally and alternative products in catalogues. They were so confident that the economy was at its peak. Today, many people know that there are lower prices online but they can't find the lowest. We will solve that problem.