Supply/Demand Curve, Microeconomics

So there''s an article about how a company wants to expand its services overseas to another country.

I don''t get what will happen to the supply and demand curve. There has to be two - one for the present time and one for the future because as time changes, it has to change.

In other words, there has to be two supply/demand curves to show now and later in the future.

I know that the company will do horrible right now (since they have to pay for all the "building" of the companies) but they will do better in the future but I don''t know how to illustrate this.
Posted Date: 12/8/2012 1:13:54 PM | Location : Canada







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