market share

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market share

The percentage of total market potential for a particular service or goods that a provider of those services or goods has captured.

market share

Vox populi The percentage of total market potential for a particular service or goods that a provider of those services or goods has captured. See Market.
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New data presented by the AMA demonstrates the degree of anti-competitive market clout that some health insurers have gained through mergers and acquisitions," AMA President Peter Carmel said in a news release.
Because this has never been done on such an immense scale, it remains to be seen whether they will have the network adequacy or the market clout to be successful.
ASTON VILLA boss Martin O'Neill is in the dark about his transfer market clout - and worried owner Randy Lerner has been affected by the credit crunch.
Speaking about his company's decision, Georgie Thomas, Marketing Manager, Baskin Robbins said, "For Baskin Robbins the cakes launch was the most crucial launch of the year and we chose Magna on the basis of their solid expertise in media planning and for their market clout.
Companies like Wegmans have the market clout to transform their supplier's environmental practices.
The Independent Community Bank ers of America stated in written testimony during a congressional hearing late last year that if the company was issued an ILC charter, it could potentially "use its extraordinary market clout to require that its suppliers use its banking services as a condition of doing business with Wal-Mart," as earlier reported by HFN.
Wal-Mart has huge market clout," said Rebecca Gold-burg, senior scientist at Environmental Defense.
Federal agencies will be told to expand their strategic buying of commodity items to take advantage of the government's market clout.
The betting is that Korea's technology leadership and market clout together will be strong enough to carry the day.
By pooling resources, states can increase their market clout while making it easier to negotiate with manufacturers that are more likely to offer favorable rebates to larger groups.
This is especially true for small practices without much market clout.
Ottaway, "War-Wary Saudis Move to Increase Oil Market Clout," Washington Post, 30 November 2002, on line at www.