Cost-push



[kawst-poo sh, kost-] /ˈkɔstˌpʊʃ, ˈkɒst-/

adjective
1.
of or relating to :
a proponent of the cost-push theory.
noun
2.
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noun
1.
inflation in which prices increase as a result of increased production costs, as labor and parts, even when demand remains the same.
noun
1.
See inflation

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