producer goods

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producer goods

pl.n.
Goods, such as raw materials and tools, used to make consumer goods.

producer goods

or

producer's goods

pl n
(Economics) other terms for capital goods

produc′er goods`


n.pl.
goods, as machinery or raw materials, that are used in the process of creating consumer goods.
[1950–55]
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To the export-oriented companies, the increased percentage of intermediate goods will save money and to domestic firms it will be an opportunity to increase their share of the overall export, say representatives of the association.
8%, both intermediate goods and durable consumer goods by 1.
Osama El-Menilawy, assistant general manager of the financial sector at a private bank operating in Egypt, said the CBE urged the banks that received US dollars to cover the demands of importers whose intermediate goods are stuck in customs.
4%, while production of intermediate goods fell by 0.
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The country's imports grew in February as expectations of rising business activities prompted firms to purchase more raw materials and intermediate goods from abroad.
The number of employees in industry by main industrial groupings in November 2013, in comparison with November 2012, was higher in Intermediate goods industries, except energy by 1.
The stocks of raw materials and intermediate goods and the purchases of raw materials and intermediate goods in December 2012 are below and around the normal level.
There was a decrease in production from November to December in the capital goods and intermediate goods industries, of 4.
The latest increase was mostly due to energy and intermediate goods, whose prices climbed by 7.
Since the early 1980s, many countries have privatized and deregulated intermediate goods industries, such as gas, electricity, or telecommunications, that had traditionally been run by public monopolies.
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