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Economies of scale

When more units of a good or a service can be produced on a larger scale, yet with less input costs, economies of scale are said to be achieved. Economies of scale are generally achieved in learning inputs, specialized inputs, transportation costs and support industries.

When more units of a good or a service can be produced on a larger scale, yet with less input
costs, economies of scale are said to be achieved. Economies of scale are generally achieved in
learning inputs, specialized inputs, transportation costs and support industries.

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