Traditional inventory control based on calculation of eoq, Microeconomics

Traditional inventory control based on the calculation of EOQ 

At this point, it is worth considering some of the problems faced by companies using the simple inventory model to support the manufacture of assembled products, which we have already discussed.

These problems are particularly acute if demand is for customer-configured end-items.

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