"Target discounts are a form of conditional rebate, under which a customer is eligible to receive an incentive on meeting a certain business target. Such incentive can be paid for units exceeding the target or for all units, including units that were acquired before the target was reached (retroactive discounts). Target discounts are a common tool employed by suppliers to incentivise customers to increase their purchases from the supplier."
Head of Competition/Antitrust, Shai Bakal, together with Ayal HaCohen and Roi Krause bring their insights into the Competition Tribunal's position on retroactive discounts in their publication by the International Law Office (ILO).
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