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demand-led

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(also demand-driven)

Definition of demand-led in English:

adjective

Economics
Caused or determined by demand from consumers or clients: demand-led programmes such as social security
More example sentences
  • In recent weeks, the government has released some oil reserves to dampen the demand-led price rises in the price of oil.
  • Their appetites are helping to fuel demand-led growth for the first time in decades.
  • Development must be participatory and demand-driven.

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