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constraining (limiting) factor

item that restricts or limits production or sale of a given product. Virtually all firms suffer from one or more constraining factors. Examples include limited machinehours and labor-hours and shortage of materials and skilled labor. Other limiting factors may be cubic feet of display or warehouse space, or working capital.

constraining (limiting) factor

item or factor that restricts or limits production or sale of a given product. Virtually all firms suffer from one or more constraining factors. Examples include limited machine-hours and labor-hours and shortage of materials and skilled labor. Other limiting factors may be cubic feet of display or warehouse space, or working capital.

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