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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O'NEILL FEARS 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.
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.
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.
These two corporations have such immense market clout and deep capital that they can quickly own a market if they choose to compete.
Company officials said they could not compete with the market clout of the larger US lines.
Mercer and medical director of the Pacific Business Group on Health, "Since quality is extremely poorly managed in American health care, if you can be successful in developing market clout, there's an opportunity to reduce costs by 30 percent while improving quality.
In short, if the government became the "buying cooperative" for all of us, it could use its market clout to obtain better and better deals in the private market.
Five years ago, our administration formed the HIPC - the Health Insurance Plan of California - specifically to allow small businesses to combine into purchasing pools that would give them the market clout enjoyed by major employers, and therefore allow them to secure health care benefits at similarly affordable rates.