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English definition of “composite demand”

composite demand

noun [U]    
the situation when a particular type of goods is used to produce more than one type of product: In the case of composite demand, if demand for one product that uses the commodity rises, the supply of other products using the commodity will fall.
(Definition of composite demand noun from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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