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Local Market

The local market is the trade of products produced by corporations within one country or one enterprise. Corporations in a single country or enterprise try to purchase as much of what they need from corporations in the same country or enterprise. Trading on the local market makes these corporations less dependent on the international market and less vulnerable to shortages of raw materials they need.

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Local Market The local market is the trade of products produced by corporations within one country or one enterprise. Corporations in a single country or enterprise try to purchase as much of what they need from corporations in the same country or enterprise. Trading on the local market makes these corporations less dependent on the international market and less vulnerable to shortages of raw materials they need.