oversupply in the market.
This is why the world oversupply of worthless corporate execs has caused executive pay to fall over the last few decades.
In contrast to the USA and some developed countries, Asia did not have oversupply.
A national average of 55% of all ARLA member agents reported oversupply compared with 56% in February.
Often after a long period of lay-up or because of contamination in the fuel the needle valve can stick causing an oversupply.
Control of production is intended to avoid an oversupply in the world market, resulting in price wars and reduced profits.
For the last several years, a global oversupply of this coffee has kept prices depressed.
This has resulted in a huge oversupply of phone boxes.
The term ' substantial oversupply ' is not defined.
In the rest of the South East, 51% report oversupply.
oversupply in these areas!
oversupply of flats will drive the whole market down.
oversupply of graduates may well have conditioned employers to seek graduates rather than workers with other levels of skills.
oversupply of labor, relative to which price(s) is labor's price too high?
oversupply of similar units would now seem to be a major sales problem.
oversupply of very large homes Not all of those wanting 4 bedroom homes are forced to trade down.
oversupply of unemployed congressmen this year.
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