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    demand/request

    In Economics, is "market request" a synonym for "market demand"?

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    Re: demand/request

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cynthia Garett View Post
    In Economics, is "market request" a synonym for "market demand"?
    In my opinion it isn't.

    Request is a polite way of asking something in particular
    Market demand isn't polite at all. It is a must for the company.

    I wouldn't say "market request" but "market demand" only.

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