diseconomies of scale

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Decreases in efficiency or increases in operating or production costs as the output of a business increases. Diseconomies of scale may take place due to a higher level of waste, less effective communication within the company, or other factors that accompany increases in size or scale of operation.

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I had to figure out what diseconomies of scale meant and I decided to go to my friend who knew all about it.

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You need to understand how a diseconomies of scale might effect the way that your product is sold to the consumers.

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The diseconomies of scale we experienced due to inefficiencies and waste so we immediately diagnosed the exact problem and corrected it.

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