Top lawyers for General Electric Co. and Eastman Kodak Co. told federal regulators last month that companies need more clarity in antitrust laws when it comes to the sale of products bundled in a discounted package deal, and to the sale of services and parts for a product.

“Companies are concerned that the rules aren’t clear,” Ronald Stern, vice president and senior counsel for antitrust at General Electric, said in an interview after the hearing.

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