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cross-subsidization


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The provision of a good or service at a loss, which is met by the supplier from profits made on other goods and services. Where the goods and services concerned have joint costs, or are complementary in demand, the extent of any cross-subsidy is difficult to determine.

Subjects: Economics.


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