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Supply

In economics, the amount of a good available to be sold. Generally speaking, the greater the supply of a good is, the lower its price is. Likewise, a scarce supply usually results in a high price. However, this price fluctuation also depends on the demand for the good. See also: Law of supply and demand.
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supply

the amount of a PRODUCT made available for sale by FIRMS. In economic analysis, the total supply of a product is reflected in the SUPPLY CURVE. Compare DEMAND.
Collins Dictionary of Economics, 4th ed. © C. Pass, B. Lowes, L. Davies 2005
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The Palestinian responsibility is to supply 1.1 MCM/yr of water through the drilling of new wells, whereas the remaining 9.5 MCM/yr is to be supplied by Israel (Oslo II, 1995).
In order to honor the Palestinian commitment of providing 19.1 MCM/yr or newly supplied water resources, coordination was necessary within the framework of the joint Israeli-Palestinian-American Committee agreed upon by the Joint Water Committee (JWC) on water production and development-related projects.
The VAT will then be redistributed to the Member States in the same way that VAT on sales of e-commerce services will be redistributed under the special regime outlined in the Directive on electronically supplied services (2002/38/EC).
First, VIES only captures data on services supplied by taxable persons in Member States and supplied to taxable persons in other Member States.
Items in the storeroom or central supply area are supplied with bar codes for Telxon or PDA (personal digital assistant) scanning.
Ink, wash-up solutions, printing plates, and dies are also supplied.
All Cassco machines are supplied with digital microprocessor controls.
Electricity can be supplied in either single or multi-phases.
A number of issues arise where tangible personal property (TPP) is supplied on an installed basis by a non-resident, unregistered supplier (U.S.
Excise/GST, in close consultation with Customs and the Department of Finance, has developed a new administrative approach to assessing the GST on imported custom software supplied under a signed/specific license agreement.
Liquid dispersions are also supplied for use in thermoplastics and in some thermoset and foam applications.