Let's say I'm an international fruit distributor, and with at least a basic knowledge of economics I know I'm going to need to sell my fruit at a significant discount to less developed regions as opposed to more developed regions.
For example, I might sell pineapples to the French market for €1.20 each wholesale, while I might need to drop that down to €0.20 to sell to the Indian market. That's fine, I'm still making a healthy profit either way, but I run the risk that importers in either of the two countries are going to notice the discrepancy and ship my €0.20 pineapples from India to France, and compete with my €1.20 pineapples there.
Is there a way, as this supposed fruit distributor, that I can control ownership of the fruit I sell until they reach the final consumer? What if the good is intellectual over physical (e.g. music over fruit)?
I'm specifically referring to American and European law here, as I doubt restrictions on the cheaper regions' side are going to help much if at all.