Explain general equilibrium, Microeconomics

Q. Explain General Equilibrium?

General Equilibrium: Neoclassical economics presumes that production, employment, investment and income distribution are all determined by a condition of equilibrium (with demand equalling supply) in each single market (including markets for both factors of production and produced services and goods).

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