Definition of 'oversupply'
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They are indicative of what's happening in the industry in terms of massive oversupply and massive shortage of demand. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The British steel industry has lost 5,000 jobs in the past year after prices collapsed because of global oversupply. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The British steel industry has lost 5,000 jobs during the past year after prices collapsed under the weight of a huge global oversupply. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There are also concerns about an oversupply of property in China. Times, Sunday Times (2012)During the downturn, northern cities such as Manchester were left with a huge oversupply of rental apartments because too many were built. Times, Sunday Times (2014)OIL was yesterday at its cheapest since May 11 with experts predicting the global oversupply will keep the price down for up to two years. The Sun (2016)
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