Definition of market forces in English:

market forces

Syllabification: mar·ket forc·es

noun

The economic factors affecting the price, demand, and availability of a commodity: leaving oil prices to be determined purely by market forces
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  • The increases ignored fluctuating market forces, including fuel prices and rising costs.
  • Trade was certainly moved by comparative advantage, and market forces did generate some specialization.
  • Following the initial establishment of a planned economy, market forces were gradually introduced.

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