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Unformatted text preview: camera decreased, and turned to an excess in supply. Kodak decreased the price to $129.99 to avoid surplus. Increased cost of labor lowers supply For the last two years the labor wage has been going up, which increased the cost of labor for Kodak. The increase of cost forced Kodak to decrease the supply of the camera causing an excess in demand. As a result Kodak raised the price to $170.00 to avoid shortage Decreased cost of materials increases supply Since Kodak have been in the camera business for a long time, they manage to produce their own materials instead of buying them from other companies. The decreased cost of materials made it easy for Kodak to have the camera more available in stores. Kodak lowered the price to $129.99 to avoid surplus....
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This note was uploaded on 05/23/2010 for the course ENG English 1A taught by Professor Roenchein during the Spring '10 term at Pasadena City College.
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