bargaining power

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bargaining power (countable and uncountable, plural bargaining powers)

  1. (economics) The ability to influence the setting of prices or wages, usually arising from some sort of monopoly or monopsony position -- or a non-equilibrium situation in the market.
  2. (business) The general concept of how much leverage or influence a bargainer has in the course of a negotiation.