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Boycott means the combined refusal by employees and other interested parties to buy or use the employer’s products.

Boycott is the effort to prevent people from purchasing a firm’s goods or services.

Boycott is a refusal to do business with a given party until certain demands are met.

 Boycott is a bargaining tactic in which the union refuses to do business with a firm or attempts to get people or other organizations to refuse to deal with the firm.

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