Supply and demand

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oferta y demanda
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I assume that a salary is the price paid for a commodity, and it ought to conform with the law of supply and demand.
The law of supply and demand should, in theory, see fewer large-scale warehouses built in Dubai, as the emirate's free zones are oversupplied.
Law of supply and demand [Regardless of the kind of rice, the prices tend to go down when there's huge supply.
Surely there is something amiss with the law of supply and demand.
Our position now is detrimental to those who cannot afford the rents and mortgages required and the law of supply and demand does point to the need for a vast house-building programme and a Government prepared to help this happen.
Damascus, SANA -- The Cabinet on Tuesday approved the law of supply and internal trade which includes strict penalties and fines imposed on transgressors.
It showed the continual greed of individuals and estate agents delighting in buying and selling, making money where the law of supply and demand is the rule of the day.
Glad to see the price coming down but we really do need to put more focus on alternatives as the oil fields aren't infinite and the oil companies will use the law of supply and demand to inflate the prices.
Glad to see the price coming down but we really do need to put more focus in alternatives as the oil fields aren't infinite and the oil companies will use the law of supply and demand to inflate the prices
He said this news untrue in all its aspects, adding that the central bank has nothing to do determination of the exchange rate in the parallel market because it was determined according to the law of supply and demand .
Worse, in crucial areas he strips modern economics of its more rational doctrines--notably the law of utility, the law of supply and demand, the doctrine that wages reflect marginal revenue product, the law of derived demand, and the principle that profits are the "value-added" component of a product or service earned legitimately by businessmen.
The people in the south-east of England - the financial centre of the UK and, if successive Westminster governments are to be believed, the world - are well versed in the law of supply and demand.