duopsony

duopsony

[doo-op-suh-nee, dyoo-]
noun, plural duopsonies.
the market condition that exists when there are only two buyers.


Origin:
du(o)- + -opsony < Greek opsōnía purchasing of food, equivalent to óps(on) viands + ōn(eîsthai) to buy + -ia -y3

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