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imperfect market

n (Econ) → unvollkommener Markt
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"Palatine is the perfect market to expand My Salon Suite.
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He said Pakistan can be a perfect market of Chinese raw material as they import raw material from across the world.
Prior to Cruise Automation, Schoenfeld was president and CEO of Perfect Market (acquired by Taboola), OEwaves, and Net Effect (acquired by Ask Jeeves for USD 319 million).
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In regard to multifamily sales, Wills said Oklahoma City is the perfect market for investors.
San Pedro said the Philippines is a perfect market for health-technology solutions as its predominantly young population is facing health issues, such as hypertension, diabetes, cardio vascular disease, among others.
The assessment period has been made use of to develop perfect market size valuations for the near future, rather than presuming its growth for the doubtful extended year period.
"Our past work with developers in Bangalore like Sobha, Puravankara, and Godrej testifies that the Bangalore market has been the most resilient and well-performing market in the recent years and for a platform like Propstory, Bangalore is the perfect market given that the developers and consumers are increasingly online and prefer digital modes of communication," said co-founder PropStory, Ashish Mahajan.
A seminal work was Principles of Economics by Alfred Marshall, (4) introducing what are now well-known concepts such as the supply/demand curve, equilibrium price and the perfect market. As used in neoclassical economics, a perfectly competitive market is comprised of rational participants, all acting for economic self-interest; characteristics of the perfect market include the following: