# Maths

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What does a business having a "high world demand" mean?
So with this high demand what are the benefits of this?

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Sorry I meant Economics

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A high world demand means that the commodity is valued by many people around the world. (Think gasoline or cell phones.)

A business sells more of the product if there's a high demand for it.

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