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The economic factors affecting the price of, demand for, and availability of a commodity:‘questioning the wisdom of leaving oil prices to be determined purely by market forces’
- ‘Rather, its low cost means that market forces cannot be relied on to ensure its availability in these settings.’
- ‘With normal market forces coming into play, discount rates on bonds can be expected to decrease.’
- ‘Can market forces manage issues of food labeling or must regulators be involved?’
- ‘The city must create a wide range of employment opportunities if it is to withstand volatile global market forces.’
- ‘Following the initial establishment of a planned economy, market forces were gradually introduced.’
- ‘They also question why writers should be immune from the market forces that govern every other industry.’
- ‘The increases ignored fluctuating market forces, including fuel prices and rising costs.’
- ‘As the number of struggling Internet companies continues to rise, market forces must be allowed to prevail.’
- ‘The fact is, gas prices are at record-high levels not because of taxes but because of market forces.’
- ‘Its implosion is a reminder that, in the long run, market forces trump state power.’
- ‘Trade was certainly moved by comparative advantage, and market forces did generate some specialization.’
- ‘First, the game's senior managers did not raise the price; market forces did.’
- ‘We reach the point then where we must seek to distinguish between moral forces and market forces.’
- ‘They were committed to shift the balance from the state and collectivist values to market forces and individualism.’
- ‘The market for generic medicines is not regulated, as it was thought that market forces would keep their prices down.’
- ‘Our economic system is highly artificial and insulated from market forces.’
- ‘The free marketeers say that we need more deregulation and market forces.’
- ‘First and foremost, it takes advantage of market forces that are already in play.’
- ‘Combine that with market forces and it means rocketing prices for the limited number of properties still available in York.’
- ‘It is easy to be misled by all the talk about privatization and harnessing market forces.’
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