English version

consumer surplus

From Longman Business Dictionary
Related topics: Economics
consumer surplusconˈsumer ˌsurplus (also buyers’ surplus) [uncountable]ECONOMICS the amount of money someone is willing to pay for something, minus the amount they actually paid for itIf you would be willing to spend £2,000 on a holiday, and paid £1,200, you would be obtaining £800 of consumer surplus. surplus
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