Introduction The rising International commodity prices continue to put pressure on global inflation, and with growing China’s economy, the huge demands from China is considered to be an important reason to push up the international commodity prices. According to researches using FA-VAR method to build a complete macro-economic model with multi-variables, suggesting that: Firstly, the increase of Chinese demand is a significant factor of the rising international commodity prices; Secondly, The rising of China's interest rate, RMB/USD FX rate would restrain the international commodity prices; Third, the RMB exchange rate and interest rates will have a significant impact on international commodity prices, but the effect of the interest rate
Example Population When the population increases the demand for housing increases. Demand for housing increases in cities because the number of the population is large. But the demand for housing decrease in small villages because the population is small. The reason for the increase in housing in the city is that a large number of residents move to work in the city such as college students and universities. Another factor is the per capita income.
First, the price is one of the factors that carried out the demand curve. If the price of tobacco products rose to 70 R.O, and the purchase of tobacco products less. That 's what I mean, when you increase the price of tobacco products, the demand for this product will decline. (Inverse) relationship, because the required amount of falling prices higher and higher with a lower price, we say that the quantity required is linked to the negative price. When other factors constant (fixed).
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It adopts strategy to do better in marketing mix which the operational part of planning process like price, product, promotion and place. To increase the market penetration ALDI needs to employee marketing strategies to increase the sales volume compare to its competitors.Advertising campaign, short term promotion, product improvements can be done in order to gain profit. Product development is the new strategy where companies introducing new product in the existing market. Cost ,time ,quality are the main factors that effect customers needs and wants. Currently , ALDI is introducing new organic fruits and vegetables as per the demand of the cusomers.
The supply can depend on how profitable a product is and the availability of raw materials and labour. Businesses usually supply more at higher prices and supply less at lower prices. Demand is how much a product or service is wanted and what price the customers are prepared to pay for it. Demand falls as prices rice and it rises when prices fall. There are several factors that influence the demand for goods or services.
Whatever you might think about the validity of these notions, the reality is that many consumers value domestically manufactured products, and are often willing to pay a premium for it. This is something to consider very strongly if the margins you would be making by manufacturing in China are marginal. Once all the shipping, travel, and translation costs are taken into account, consider also the fact that you might be able to sell your product at a higher price point with that coveted “Made in the U.S”
The growth of economy, it had needs to produce different kinds of goods. It is result to increase the consumption of energy in the industrial sectors. The industrial sector makes up a large portion of the total energy consumption. The increasing demand for more energy in China has led to shortages in domestic coal and oil supplies. Energy efficiency first became a priority in the 1970s when Beijing scientists realized that China could not sustain its growth on the energy consumption path it was on.
The lowering of tariffs on textile products and particularly of all tariffs on second-hand clothes, led to large increases in imports of cheap second-hand clothing from industrialized countries. The Zambian textile industry thus could not compete with these imports and sector has almost vanished. In 1991 there were more than 140 textile manufacturing firms in1991, but this had fallen to just 8 by 2002 (Situmbeko and Zulu,