Definition of Overcapacities
1. overcapacity [n] - See also: overcapacity
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Literary usage of Overcapacities
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Economic Surveys and Data Analysis: Ciret Conference Proceedings, Paris 2000 by Günter Poser, Daniel Bloesch (2002)
"... Signalling Bottlenecks/overcapacities and Low/High Dynamics A New Approach to Indicate Changes in Business Cycles in the Manufacturing Industry Using ..."
2. Energy Policies of IEA Countries: Germany 1998 Review by IEA Staff (1998)
"... in particular, the change in the pattern of consumption, refining overcapacities in Europe and the integration of the new Laender. ..."
3. Energy policies of IEA countries by International Energy Agency (2005)
"... the overcapacities in power generation, new demand is expected to come almost exclusively from the industrial and residential sectors at least until ..."
4. Short Sea Shipping in Europe by ECMT Staff, Ecmt, Combined Transport Group (2001)
"The negative image has been increased by high port duties and overcapacities of the ports' infra- and supra-structure. Customs operations and administrative ..."
5. Strategy Selection For The Decommissioning Of Nuclear Facilities: Seminar by Allan Duncan, OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (2004)
"... economic effectiveness as well as the increasing overcapacities on the generating side were a clear challenge for the utilities in many parts of Europe. ..."
6. Transport and Leisure by Ecmt (2000)
"... traffic" could be shifted more into the periods before and after the high season, this could ease the peak periods and hence the need for overcapacities ..."