Manufacturers and brand owners of personal protective equipment ("PPE") and other "essential" items have discovered unauthorised third parties reselling their products at vastly inflated prices, including on websites such as Amazon. Such price gouging can cause damage to the manufacturers’ goodwill and reputation. Can manufacturers and brand owners prevent price gouging by unauthorized third-party distributors?
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