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A demand vacuum is an economic situation that occurs in a market when local demand for a locally produced product is far exceeded by demand in export markets. The result is little or no availability of a product in its originating market. The rare availability of coffee in South American markets is an example of a demand vacuum from the USA and Europe.
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