demand-pull

noun
de·​mand-pull | \di-ˈman(d)-ˌpu̇l \

Definition of demand-pull 

: an increase or upward trend in spendable money that tends to result in increased competition for available goods and services and a corresponding increase in consumer prices — compare cost-push

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demand-pull adjective

First Known Use of demand-pull

1952, in the meaning defined above

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