dependent demand

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The situation arising when the demand for one product is derived from or depends on the demand for other items. If a car manufacturer, for example, knows how many vehicles to produce in a month, this will fix how many engines, wheels, doors, seats, etc., have to be ordered. Compare independent demand.

Subjects: Business and Management.

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