This could become a classic example of government failure, where too much intervention can cause the market to stop functioning.
Well, Simon said, “when the benefits expanded, our market share actually went down.”
If you are in the market to buy, “Your art budget is somewhere between your grocery budget and your savings budget,” he says.
The market has never managed to replace the society around it.
Everything does their own thing for their own publication and they all have to market their business in their own way.
The prince and his companions also played in the market square.
All the same he is one of the most dangerous men on the market at the present in town.
He would have, say, 40 cattle, of which 15 would come into market each year.
It is threshed out by hand or machinery after it is dried, and then it is ready for market.
"The world's market for the country that can and should supply it," he replied.
early 12c., "a meeting at a fixed time for buying and selling livestock and provisions," from Old North French market "marketplace, trade, commerce" (Old French marchiet, Modern French marché), from Latin mercatus "trading, buying and selling, trade, market" (source of Italian mercato, Spanish mercado, Dutch markt, German Markt), from past participle of mercari "to trade, deal in, buy," from merx (genitive mercis) "wares, merchandise," from Italic root *merk-, possibly from Etruscan, referring to various aspects of economics. Meaning "public building or space where markets are held" first attested mid-13c. Sense of "sales, as controlled by supply and demand" is from 1680s. Market value (1690s) first attested in writings of John Locke. Market economy is from 1948; market research is from 1921.
1630s, from market (n.). Related: Marketed; marketing.