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  • n. Plural form of durable good.

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  • n. consumer goods that are not destroyed by use


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  • Some observers have even wondered if the lack of a cyclical market in durable goods in Japan is a direct result of lean production: An inventoryless, highly flexible system may significantly damp cyclicality.

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