an auction where each seller specifies the price at which it is willing to sell and the purchaser accepts offers to sell until it has spent the amount it intends to spend, starting with the lowest price offered and working up the pricing ladder until the money to be spent is gone. In a “modified Dutch Auction,” the process is the same except that all sellers are paid the same price based on the lowest price that will allow the purchaser to spend the intended amount.
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