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English definition of “selective demand”

selective demand

noun [U]
demand for a particular brand of a product, rather than for just a type of product: Researchers are investigating the sensitivity of selective demand to changes in competitors' prices. → Compare primary demand
(Definition of selective demand from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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