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- n. Plural form of fundamental force.
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The Center had a bold charter: to go beyond conventional research to explore creative mechanisms for industry-government-university interaction on an international basis in order to understand the fundamental forces of industrial change and improve the policy-making process in dealing with change.
Speculators, they say, benefit the markets by pumping in liquidity, and their impact is ultimately dwarfed by the fundamental forces of supply and demand.