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What is Marketable Surplus? - Economics

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What is marketable surplus?

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Marketable surplus refers to the difference between the total output produced by a farmer and his on-farm consumption. In other words, it is that portion of the total output that the farmer sells in the market.

Marketable surplus = Total farm output produced by farmer – Own consumption of farm output

Concept: Agriculture
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NCERT Class 12 Economics - Indian Economic Development
Chapter 2 Indian Economy 1950-1990
Exercise | Q 5 | Page 34
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