noun (often the marketplace)
competitive, crowded
commercial, financial
global, international
changing, ever-changing

We are working hard to enter the global marketplace.

crowd, flood, saturate

New low-carb foods have flooded the marketplace.

in a/the marketplace

The company found it hard to survive in a changing marketplace.

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