"Demand for Products"
Introduction In this chapter you have read about the economic concept of demand. Demand refers to the desire, willingness, and ability to buy a good or service. For some goods demand is high at particular times of the year. Businesses try to anticipate demand and produce the goods that consumers want. Sometimes they are unsuccessful. In this activity you will take a closer look at what happens when demand spirals out of control.
Destination Title: The Financial Pipeline
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