Definition of Submarkets

1. Noun. (plural of submarket) ¹



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Definition of Submarkets

1. submarket [n] - See also: submarket

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Submarkets

submarine fan
submarine patent
submarine pitch
submarine river
submarine rivers
submarine sandwich
submarine torpedo
submarined
submarinelike
submariner
submariners
submarines
submarining
submarium
submarket
submarkets (current term)
submarshal
submarshals
submatrices
submatrix
submatrixes
submaxilla
submaxillaries
submaxillary
submaxillary gland
submaxillary salivary gland
submaximal
submedial
submedian
submediant

Literary usage of Submarkets

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1. Multivariate Analysis and Its Applications by Theodore Wilbur Anderson, Kʻai-tʻai Fang, Ingram Olkin (1994)
"This paper gives preliminary results from the analysis of 20 submarkets ... These submarkets comprise 350 thousand of the 1.5 million housing transactions. ..."

2. The OECD Report on Regulatory Reform by Joanna R. Shelton (1997)
"Regulation, levels of competition, and the regulatory body responsible vary across geographic and product submarkets. Since 1984, equipment and ..."

3. Promoting Housing Choice in HUD's Rental Assistance Programs: A Report to by John M. Goering, Helene Stebbins, Michael Siewert (1996)
"The existence of local rental assistance submarkets. There is evidence that the policies and practices of landlords combine with other factors to restrict ..."

4. Telecommunications: Competition Issues in International Satellite Communications by Amy D. Abramowitz, Charles Bausell, Beverly A. Bendekgey (1998)
"'While there are submarkets in which satellites provide services, there is substitutability n across these markets. That is, INTELSAT may currently devote a ..."

5. Adult Literacy And New Technologies: Tools For A Lifetime by Office of Technology Assessment (1994)
"As one adult educator noted: Most of the software that is on the market has been written for "larger markets" and then sold to "submarkets" as being ..."

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