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demand managementnoun [U]

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PRODUCTION control of the ​consumerdemand for ​services or ​products: Intelligent ​demandmanagement can make sure water ​supplies are sufficient ​even during a drought.
UK ECONOMICS a government's ​management of all ​spending through ​control of the ​supply and ​demand of ​goods and ​services: The government's ​restrictivedemandmanagement made ​privateconsumptiondrop to just 56% of the ​grossdomesticproduct.
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