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This "iron ring" of overproduction and lack of market exercises upon our industrial body a steady pressure, a slow strangling.
There soon developed, on the contrary, groundless doubts about future demand, and hints of unhealthy fears of 'overproduction.'
Further expansion in the last fifteen years has been closely regulated to prevent overproduction.
ALL ABOUT COFFEEWILLIAM H. UKERS
The principle of valorization is generally conceded to be economically unsound, because it encourages overproduction.
ALL ABOUT COFFEEWILLIAM H. UKERS
The superintendent and the "boss" walked through the department every day, and we heard them talk about overproduction.
THE LONG DAYDOROTHY RICHARDSON
This undervaluation, this cheapening of child life, is to speak crudely but frankly the direct result of overproduction.
This permits profits to increase more than wages, to be followed by overproduction and stoppage of business.
If we worked all of our miners in all of our mines a reasonable year, we would have a great overproduction.
Throughout most of the seventeenth century the tobacco planters were plagued with the problem of overproduction and low prices.
The history of the whisky trust shows overproduction to a still more aggravated degree.

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perdureverb (used without object) | [per-door, -dyoor ]SEE DEFINITION
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