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Aggregate demand relationships for the U.S. potato industry are estimated by two-stage least squares. Demands were found to be price inelastic suggesting that abrupt changes in production cause major inverse price effects. Secular demand shifts are relatively rapid. Together these suggest opportunities for expanded production but a need for careful planning to avoid price depressing effects from even moderately excessive production growth.

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