Buyers Strike(redirected from Buyers' Strikes)
A situation in which a large number of buyers stop purchasing one or more commodities over an extended period of time in order to reduce the price. For example, everyone in a city may choose to bike to work instead of drive as part of an effort to reduce gas prices. A buyers strike is similar to but distinct from a boycott, which may be undertaken for moral reasons.
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