Conditions of supply and demand which operate in a free market to determine prices through the decisions of buyers and sellers, lenders and borrowers.
The interplay of supply and demand in a market economy, which determines what goods or services will be produced.
refer to the stimuli and influences affecting the supply and demand of goods and services and thereby determine the allocation of resources and the relative prices of goods, services, and assets in a market economy.
the interaction of supply and demand that shapes a market economy
Competition for sales, new alliances, innovative pricing structures, customer demand, customer choices of various kinds of services.
Shifts in demand and supply that are reflected in changing relative prices, thus serving as indicators and guides for enterprises that make investment, purchase and sales decisions. See also: Demand, Macroeconomics, Managed Trade, Market Access, Microeconomics, Non-Market Economy, Price, Private Sector, Supply
competition for sales, new alliances, innovative pricing structures, customer demand, choice, and various kinds of services
Supply and demand allowing buyers and sellers to fix the price without external interference.