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supply-side

From Longman Business Dictionarysupply-sidesupˈply-side adjective [only before a noun]ECONOMICS supply-side economic ideas emphasize making the best use of capital. Supply-side economists have persuaded many right-wing governments to introduce lower taxes and to encourage saving, believing that this will make capital more productive over longer periods of time through greater investment, rather than just influence demand immediatelysupply side noun [singular]supply-sider noun [countable]Supply-siders among Republicans are hoping for more tax cuts before the end of the year. compare demand-side
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