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What is Financial Constraints

This is where money is the limiting factor. Your decisions are based and limited by the amount of funds you have available.

E.g
If you have 10k budget to spend on machinery, and the price range for that machinery is 9K to 20k. Your decision is constrained to the 9k - 10k market and this will affect your decision on which machinery you purchase.

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Term created / updated 2006-10-18 12:04:49

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