Monopolistic Competition

This refers to a market which combines elements of competitive and monopoly markets.

Monopolistic Competition occurs when there are multiple suppliers with similar but not identical goods/services and relatively low barriers to market entry/exit. For example; in the restaurant industry there are many suppliers each offering different styles and standards of food service but each competing for the same customers.

Monopolistic Competition is a term normally found in business economics and financial management.

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