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economic good

noun
1.
a commodity or service that can be utilized to satisfy human wants and that has exchange value.
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  • Water has an economic value in all its competing uses and should be recognized as an economic good.
  • Our current economic good times have not reached all of our citizens.
  • If you do invest, make sure that your decision is based on logical economic good sense for you and not on an empty promise.
  • Our systems were built for a time when economic good times would lift all boats.
  • The identification and study of the real estate market for a particular economic good or service.
  • As such, it must be viewed differently than any ordinary economic good.
  • It is about political and economic good governments, democracy, respect for human rights and the rule of law.
  • As such, it has to be viewed differently than any ordinary economic good.
  • It makes economic good sense for business to be fully accessible and inclusive.
  • In this sense the quality of life is an economic good.

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