Trump’s judgments on prices may keep Canadian companies guessing

The concept of a “just price” is most prominently associated with the medieval Roman Catholic philosopher and theologian Thomas Aquinas.Scholars have noted that St. Thomas was vague about precisely what the just price for any item is supposed to be, and, indeed, down through the centuries, religious scholars and philosophers have fruitlessly debated whether goods can have “true values” and, if so, how those values are determined. Eventually, the concept of a competitive price negotiated freely and without fraud or deceit between buyers and sellers displaced the concept of a just price as the benchmark for socially beneficial pricing in

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