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value chain

noun [C]
 
 
PRODUCTION, ECONOMICS
the series of stages involved in producing a product or service that is sold to consumers, with each stage adding to the value to the product or service: We want recycled materials to reenter the value chain as raw materials.
the series of companies involved in the different stages of producing a product or service that is sold to consumers, with each stage adding to its value: China is pushing hard to move up the value chain in manufacturing.
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