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FISCAL BUDGET: A statement of the financial position of government during its fiscal year based on estimates of anticipated tax revenues and expenditures. The U.S. Federal government's fiscal budget is the source of, and lends its name to, fiscal policy.

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WEIGHT GAINING: An activity in which the transportation cost of the output is greater than the transportation cost of the inputs. Using the term weight to mean transportation cost, an activity is said to gain weight if the cost of moving the output to the market is greater than the cost of getting the inputs to the factory. A weight-gaining activity has a greater attraction to, and tends to locate near, the market for the output.

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SUBSTITUTE GOOD

In general, one of two (or more) goods that are related in an either/or fashion. In terms of demand, substitute goods are those that provide the same basic satisfaction of a want or need when consumed. In terms of supply, substitute goods are those that use the same resource for production in an exclusionary manner. A substitute good is one of two ways that goods are related. The other is a complement good.

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