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Define,"change in demand "?
Change In Demand is a term used in economics to describe that there has been a change, or shift in, a market's total demand.
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Change In Demand is a term used in economics to describe that there has been a change, or shift in, a market's total demand.

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A change in demand refers to an increase or decrease in demand brought about by a change in the conditions of non-price determinants.
Added 7/12/2009 9:42:11 AM
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