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market demand

noun [U]
 
 
ECONOMICS
the demand of all possible customers for a particular product or service over a particular period of time in a particular market: Our growth will now be driven by market demand.meet/respond to market demand We need to ensure a grain supply that meets market demand. changing/growing market demand
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