What Is a Market Shortage?

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Market shortage refers to a situation whereby the demand is far much higher than the supply of a commodity into the market. This is caused by factors that make the suppliers to be in a position not to meet the demand of the market. Market shortage is undesirable as it leads to inflation and general decrease in aggregate wealth.
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