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Durable good

Durable good Definition

A durable good, or a hard good is an economics term for a good which does not quickly wear out, or more specifically; it yields services or utility over time rather than being completely used up when used once. Most goods are therefore durable goods to a certain degree. Perfectly durable goods never wear out.

Examples of durable goods include: Cars. Appliances, Business Equipment, Electronic Equipment, Home Furnishings & Fixtures, Housewares & Accessories, Photographic Equipment & Supplies, Recreational Goods, Sporting Goods, Toys & Games




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