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Surplus is when there is an excess supply of a product. Prices are driven down by surpluses.
Surplus may refer to:
- Government budget surplus
- Economic surplus, one of various supplementary values
- Surplus product in Marxian economics
- Excess supply
- "The Surplus", an episode of The Office
- Surplus: Terrorized into Being Consumers, a documentary film
- Thomas J. Surpless (1877–1911), New York politician
- All pages with titles containing "surplus"
- Deficit (disambiguation)
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