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A monopoly exists where consumers are limited to one supplier for a specific service. A natural monopoly occurs where it is only feasible for one supplier to supply the services in question, perhaps because the service is dependent upon an existing infrastructure which would be prohibitively expensive to duplicate. A natural monopoly makes it impossible for a competing supplier to provide the services desired at a lesser or equal cost.

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