|Definition of Offer (Supply)|
Transactions in the market do not materialize if there is only a request from the buyer. Demand can be realized if there are goods and services provided by the seller (supply). Thus, when there is supply and demand, transactions occur in the market.
In economic activity, producers produce goods/services but are not used for their own purposes but to be sold to consumers with the aim of making a profit or profit. This is what is called an offer. Supply shows the amount of goods and services offered by producers to consumers at various price levels and at certain times.
Offer is “a number of goods or services offered by sellers (producers) at various price levels and within a certain time (per day, per week, per year)”.
- Individual bidding is an offer made by a seller in offering various quantities of goods at various price levels.
- Market supply is the total supply obtained from the sum of individual offers of a good or service at various price levels.
Supply is the amount of goods or services available and can be sold by sellers at various price levels, and at a certain time. Several factors affect the offer:
- the price of the goods themselves;
- Production source prices;
- Production rate; and
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