strong demand


strong demand
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  • strong — [strɒŋ ǁ strɒːŋ] adjective ECONOMICS FINANCE 1. a strong economy or business is financially successful, especially because a lot of money is being earned or received: • They fear a strong economy will lead to higher inflation. • products that… …   Financial and business terms

  • demand — an order to comply with an obligation. In business, paying on demand means that the obligation must be satisfied immediately when requested. Glossary of Business Terms The desire to purchase economic goods or services (and the financial ability… …   Financial and business terms

  • strong — /strɒŋ/ adjective with a lot of force or strength ● This Christmas saw a strong demand for mobile phones. ● The company needs a strong chairman. ▪▪▪ ‘…everybody blames the strong dollar for US trade problems’ [Duns Business Month] ▪▪▪ ‘…in a… …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • Demand (economics) — Demand redirects here. For other uses, see Demand (disambiguation). In economics, demand is the desire to own anything, the ability to pay for it, and the willingness to pay[1] (see also supply and demand). The term demand signifies the ability… …   Wikipedia

  • demand — [di mand′, dimänd′] vt. [ME demaunden < OFr demander, to demand < L demandare, to give in charge < de , away, from + mandare, to entrust: see MANDATE] 1. to ask for boldly or urgently 2. to ask for as a right or with authority 3. to… …   English World dictionary

  • demand — I n. urgent request 1) to make a demand 2) to meet, satisfy a demand; to give in to, yield to a demand 3) to reject a demand 4) to drop a demand 5) an excessive, exorbitant; inexorable; moderate, modest, reasonable; terroristic demand 6) union;… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • demand — de|mand1 W1S1 [dıˈma:nd US dıˈmænd] n 1.) [singular, U] the need or desire that people have for particular goods and services ▪ Food production is still increasing faster than demand. demand for ▪ the demand for new housing huge/great/strong etc… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Demand chain — The Demand chain is that part of the value chain which drives demand. Contents 1 Concept 2 Demand chain challenges 3 Linking demand and supply chains 4 Demand chain …   Wikipedia

  • demand — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 firm request ADJECTIVE ▪ legitimate, realistic, reasonable ▪ I think your demand for a higher salary is perfectly reasonable. ▪ outrageous, unrealistic …   Collocations dictionary

  • demand — /dɪ mɑ:nd/ noun 1. asking for payment ♦ payable on demand which must be paid when payment is asked for 2. the requirement by a prospective purchaser for a commodity ● There was an active demand for oil shares on the stock market. ♦ there is not… …   Marketing dictionary in english


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