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the quality of being so overabundant that prices fall
- We have an oversupply of clothing.
- There is a chronic oversupply of rice in Japan.
- Global oversupply of EMD
- Therefore, oversupply has a delayed effect on production, but an immediate and severe effect on prices.
- This attracted significant investments worldwide, leading to a structural worldwide oversupply for PET.
- Some exporters argued that the reason behind the fall in the price of salmon on the Community market was an oversupply by the Community producers.
- Germany emphasises that the re-balancing of demand and supply cannot be achieved by simply eliminating oversupply, but also necessitates supplying the quality of living space actually demanded.
- In a situation of oversupply, and with customers trying to reduce their production costs in order to maintain competitiveness, prices of inputs will be more likely to align towards their lowest level (which is the Chinese price).
- This allowance was meant to reflect the overinvestment in fibres during the telecommunications boom of the late 1990s and the subsequent drastic reduction in value of these assets due to physical oversupply.
- In addition, in 2001, a so called ‘oversupply allowance’ was granted by the VOA to fibre providers assessed under the rental method, equalling a 15 % discount on the rateable value effective as of 1 April 2001 and 25 % as of 1 April 2002. This allowance was meant to reflect the overinvestment in fibres during the telecommunications boom of the late 1990s and the subsequent drastic reduction in value of these assets due to physical oversupply.
- In order to avoid oversupply on the market, the removal from storage should take place, for the products entered after 15 August 2009, only as from 16 August 2010 and the contractual storage period should be of maximum 365 days.
- The objective of the scheme is to redevelop the housing market in the labour market region of Berlin by eliminating oversupply and by helping housing companies and housing association to provide the quality of housing which is actually demanded.
- The price differences could be due to various circumstances like market fluctuations, specific price pressure in case of oversupply etc. and willingness to dump etc. In any event, what matters with regard to the application of the PCN scheme is that is consistently applied for all parties concerned by the case.
- the risk that an oversupply of public risk capital for target enterprises not invested according to a commercial logic could help inefficient firms stay afloat and could cause an artificial inflation of their valuations, making it all the less attractive for private investors to supply risk capital to these firms.
- As to competitors, they can, and have indeed, benefited from downward revisions: for instance, they received a 15 % discount on the rateable value of their optic fibre networks as of 1 April 2001 and a 25 % discount as of 1 April 2002 in order to reflect oversupply in that sector.