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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Economics, Trade
market-drivenˈmarket-ˌdriven adjective  PEBBTmarket-driven activities, products, developments etc are a result of public demand for a particular product, service, or skill a market-driven economy
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market-drivenIt is one section of the hobby that will have to be market-driven.Maximum use of biomass, plus market-driven energy efficiency, still produced 5 million tonnes of carbon per year.It is our increasingly market-driven health system.And for once in my weak, vulnerable, market-driven life, I abstain.Its language is of market-driven populism.Both candidates are moderates who believe in market-driven reforms and recognize the importance of public security.
From Longman Business Dictionarymarket-drivenˈmarket-ˌdriven adjective market-driven activities, developments, products etc are a result of the needs of customersmarket-driven mass mediaTo maintain profitability, the company has to become increasingly market-driven.
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