Overcapacity meaning

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Overcapacity is defined as too much potential production available for the demand.

An example of overcapacity is too many people looking for work with few jobs available.

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Excessive capacity for the production of commodities or the delivery of services in relation to actual need.

The factory's overcapacity led to falling prices in the stores.

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Excess capacity for production or service, in relation to the level of demand.
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A capacity for the production of a commodity or product that is in excess of what is needed.
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