overproduction

[ oh-ver-pruh-duhk-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF overproduction
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It was quite obvious that the fall in prices was due to overproduction.

In this view it is plainly to be seen that we are not, and cannot be, in any danger from overproduction.

They were taught that the mischief was the result of overproduction.

Commercial crises and industrial crises are due to overproduction.

I have already answered the objection to Socialism on the ground of overproduction.

Overproduction is by no means the only cause for these periods of unemployment.

“Overproduction” is mainly the “underconsumption” of wage-earners.

There had been no overproduction or glutting of the industrial world.

Definitely, I think it can be said that there can be no danger of overproduction in these lines for a long time to come.

This "iron ring" of overproduction and lack of market exercises upon our industrial body a steady pressure, a slow strangling.

WORD ORIGIN

1822, from over- + production.

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