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Supply in economic 

The concept of supply, A supply is defined as the quantities of a commodity that producers are willing to sell at different prices to them in a given time period, assuming other factors remain constant.
-In the law of supply in economics, there is a direct relationship between the price as an independent variable and the quantity supplied as a dependent variable, that is, the greater the quantity supplied, the higher the price and vice versa, this relationship is called the law of supply.
-The relationship of supply and demand in trade and the economy is an inverse relationship. The greater the supply of goods, the less the demand for it and vice versa. The supply is necessary in the trade process and merchants may need them all over the world. Without supply there is no trade and demand is also the Matter and the increase or decrease  of supply and demand according to human needs  economic policy Also.
Supply in economic 

Interpretation of the law of presentation. 

we have seen that the law of supply expresses a direct relationship between the price and the quantity supplied. 
This law indicates that producers want to produce and display high quantities of the commodity at every high price to it more than those that they offer for sale at the low price while other factors remain the same. 
The increase in price is the main driver for increasing the supply Either by entering new producers or by increasing the existing producers to produce them. 
-*Also from the laws of supply of goods, the trade must take into account the prices of the supply of goods by being accept able to the consumer or the broker because this is safer in relation to economic policy, and this leads to encouraging the consumer to demand from goods that serve his human needs
This may be more active for the economy and thus it serves Also investing economic plans. 

Supply in economic 

Factors affecting supply

1-the cost of production is one of the most important factors that affect the quantity supplied. Sellers willingness to offer a certain quantity at a certain price depends on the cost of production that they bear. 
The lower the cost of production, the greater the quantity supplied at this price. 
2-volume of subsidies and tax rates the level of subsidies granted by the state to producers affects the production cost and, consequently, the quantity supplied. If the government increases the amount of This subsidy, it leads to a decrease in the cost of producing the commodity by the amount of this subsidy, and it becomes in the interest of producers to increase the quantity supplied at each price. 
The opposite occurs if the amount of the subsidy decreases and leads to an increase in production costs by the amount of the decrease in this subsidy. 
3- Change the price of competing and integrated commodities. 
First, competing goods on the supply side are commodities whose production needs to use the same quality of production factors so that the product has a choice between producing this or that commodity. 

Supply in economic
Supply in economic 

For example, the land may land it self to producing more than one crop. If the price of one crop rises and the prices of other crops remain constant and production costs are the same, then the farmer will tend to produce the higher price crop, and thus the quantity supplied from this crop increases and decreases from other crops whose prices have remained constant. 
Secondly, integrated commodities on the supply side are commodities that are inevitably produced to gether in the same production process so that if the production of one increases, the production of the other must increase. For example, if we expand the production of livestock meat, we can produce more leather and more wool, while we cannot do this if the meat production decreases. 
4- The prevailing economic and political conditions. 
Prosperity and economic recovery stimulates its production increase and supply more commodity. 
Stable political conditions in the country encourage production. 
Then, political stability is one of the factors in the recovery of economic activity and the turbulent  political conditions, which have a negative impact on production and supply in general. 
-when goods supply is correct, this stimulates the economy, adopts these plans all over the world, and helps solve economic problems.



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