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flood the market

To become available in large numbers, often for low prices. Don't get one of those cheap phones that seem to be flooding the market these days.
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ˌflood the ˈmarket

offer for sale large quantities of a product, often at a low price: Importers flooded the market with cheap toys just before Christmas.
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Judge Thad Balkman of Cleveland County District Court delivered his decision in a lawsuit alleging that the firm's marketing practice had flooded the market with painkillers.
'In the first quarter, these products flooded the market, affecting their prices.
What is required is compressing the rising demand for dollars by outlawing the import of luxury and nonessential foreign stuff which have flooded the market. The balancing act of demand and supply through import compression will stabilise the exchange rate, bring down inflation and lower the interest rate.
The Asian spot price for liquefied natural gas (LNG) has dropped to below $5 per million British thermal units (mmBtu) this week as sellers flooded the market with spot cargoes, trade sources said.
After Modi jackets flooded the market, Modi effect is widely spreading in the form of 'Modi sarees'.
It was mainly due to lower volumetric sales, caused by competition from cheaper imported cold-rolled coils (CRC), which flooded the market during the caretaker government's tenure.
It is for this reason that commodity prices in the region are up, giving due advantage to foreign traders that have flooded the market. Non-tariff barriers include quotas, levies, embargoes, sanctions and other restrictions, and are frequently used by large and developed economies.
A VARIETY of Iranian dates the most important item for breaking fast have flooded the market. Consequently, the prices of common varieties will decline by 10 to 20 percent this year,wholesalers at the Central Market in Doha said.
By ANNIE NJANJAFast moving consumer goods manufacturer Procter and Gamble (PandG) has introduced a new budget sanitary pad product that is 41 per cent cheaper in response to increased competition from cheap Chinese imports that have flooded the market in recent years.The Always Cotton Soft, packing eight pieces, is retailing at Sh50 compared to the Sh85 at which the original flagship brand is selling.
"Research providers have flooded the market; however only a few suppliers who have a long established presence are able to effectively help investors and developers achieve optimal results," Noufal said.
Hamza al-Jawahiri told the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / that " Iran's nuclear agreement will reflect negatively on Saudi Arabia and the Gulf states and the oil prices in general, noting that Saudi Arabia is the biggest oil producer, and if Iran flooded the market with oil that will reflect on Saudi Arabia's production.
"Innovation, research and new technology became her buzzwords and she flooded the market with a slew of innovative products," says Shah.
"Even if all these homes flooded the market simultaneously, they would likely not cause the once-feared double dip in prices, given supply constraints from non-distressed sellers and stronger demand," he said.
Paris: The yield on 10-year French government bonds fell to a record low of below 1.8 percent in trading on the secondary market Friday as Japanese investors snapped up European debt after the Bank of Japan flooded the market with easy money.
Last year it flooded the market with 37 products while its main rival Apple managed a single handset launch with the iPhone 5.