2011 Wyoming Statutes
TITLE 40 - TRADE AND COMMERCE
CHAPTER 4 - DISCRIMINATION
40-4-107. Sale at less than cost prohibited; cost defined.
(a) It shall be unlawful for any person, partnership, firm, corporation, joint-stock company, or other association engaged in business within this state, to sell, offer for sale or advertise for sale any article or product, at less than the cost thereof to such vendor, or give, offer to give or advertise the intent to give away any article or product for the purpose of injuring competitors and destroying competition.
(b) The term cost as applied to production or manufacturing is hereby defined as including the cost of raw materials and labor and as applied to distribution cost shall mean the invoice or replacement cost, whichever is lower, of the article or product to the distributor and vendor plus any freight charges, all applicable federal, state and local taxes and any charges imposed by federal, state or local government that are not taxes that are paid by the distributor and vendor and are not included in the invoice cost.
(c) Repealed By Laws 2009, Ch. 172, 2.
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