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English definition of “derived demand”

derived demand

noun [C or U]
 
 
ECONOMICS demand for something such as a material or skill, that is based on demand for something produced from it: A car manufacturer will have a derived demand for manufacturing equipment, components, steel, lubricants and the like.
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