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market forces

plural noun
 
 
the forces that decide price levels in an economy or trading system whose activities are not influenced or limited by government
市場力量(指在經濟活動不受政府影響或限制的經濟體系或交易體制中決定價格水準的力量)
The action of market forces means that the cost of something rises if demand for it rises and the amount available remains constant.
市場力量的作用表現為在商品數量不變的情況下,需求增加則價格上升。
Economics and the state of the economy
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