What is MARGIN PRESSURE?

The effect on a company’s margins that various internal or market forces have. Production issues or delays are a part of some internal forces. Increased regulatory controls, new industry related legislation, or macroeconomic events like rising oil prices are some external forces that affect a company’s margin.

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