Definition of economy of scale in English:

economy of scale

A proportionate saving in costs gained by an increased level of production: mergers may lead to economies of scale
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  • They don't benefit from economies of scale because their costs increase as they grow.
  • It just needs to take market share, gain economies of scale, and grow profitably.
  • Where there were few opportunities for economies of scale in production, brands had little role to play.
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