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Composite Demand

Level:
AS, A Level
Board:
AQA, Edexcel, OCR, IB

Last updated 3 Jul 2018

Composite demand happens when goods or services have more than one use so that an increase in the demand for one product leads to a fall in supply of the other. E.g. milk which can be used for cheese, yoghurts, cream, butter and other products. If more milk is used for manufacturing cheese, ceteris paribus there is less available for butter

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