market concentration

market concentration
market concentration UK US noun [U] ECONOMICS
the degree to which a small number of companies control a large part of a market: »

In recent years there has been some evidence of an increase in market concentration in the PC industry.

Compare MARKET FRAGMENTATION(Cf. ↑market fragmentation)

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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