In business, domestic refers to the home country of the producer or consumer. The domestic market is the market within the borders of the seller's country. Domestic contrasts with international, which refers to beyond the borders of a country.
Products that are produced and distributed within the country are domestic products. They are often referred to as local products. Domestic goods become exports if sold outside the borders of their country of origin.
1) the stages a new product goes through from beginning to end, i.e., the stages that a product passes through from introduction through growth, maturity, and decline. 2) the time from initial research and development to the time at which sales and support of the product to customers are withdrawn. 3) the period of time during which a product can be produced and marketed profitably.