Examples of overcapacity in a Sentence
The airlines are lowering their prices because of an overcapacity of seats.
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In April, however, Silver ended its fledgling Cuba operations due to lack of demand and overcapacity in the market.
Beijing’s campaign to rein in high debt levels and industrial overcapacity will continue as part of supply-side structural reforms, Xi said.
The world is still awash in oil, and until that overcapacity is taken out of the system, drivers will benefit from lower prices at the pump.
In fact, Energy East was doomed by today’s low oil price and by overcapacity.
The cruise sector is a rare bright spot in a depressed shipping industry marred by overcapacity and low freight rates.
The president’s nominee to run the Commerce Department's International Trade Administration, Gilbert Kaplan, has suggested it could be used to combat other unfair trade practices, such as overcapacity in the global steel market.
To keep near-term growth steady, Beijing has delayed fixing some of its long-running problems, such as industrial overcapacity and excessive debt.
More than 60 steelworkers last week descended on Capitol Hill to hold discussions with U.S. lawmakers and their staff about addressing global steel overcapacity and growing imports of the metal.
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