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price yourself out of the market

If a company prices itself out of the market, it charges so much for a product or service that no one wants to buy it.
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Translations of “price yourself out of the market”
in Chinese (Simplified) (公司)漫天要价致使自己失去市场…
in Chinese (Traditional) (公司)漫天要價致使自己失去市場…
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