Non-Durable Good

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Non-Durable Good

A good that is intended to be used completely within three years. Examples of non-durable goods include office supplies, food, and newspapers. While they tend to be less expensive than durable goods, non-durable goods are a major subset of consumer goods.
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Trucks of Macedonian transporters taking non-durable goods from Turkey to Russia have been waiting on Russia' border for four days and are not likely to cross it soon, said Makedonija soobrakjaj--AMERIT.
Corrugated boxes are paper-based container boxes used in the packaging various durable and non-durable goods.
Households reduced spending on expensive items like autos, but spending on non-durable goods like food and energy rose 0.
New orders for manufactured non-durable goods increased USD 2.
As regards goods, non-durable goods prices increased by 3.
2 percent and in non-durable goods for general consumption by 12 percent.
The industries that saw a quarterly decline in total dollar value were state and local government, down $10 million from the previous quarter; farming, down $4 million; military, down $2 million; and non-durable goods manufacturing, down $1 million.
According to Derek Engelbrecht, Retail and Consumer Products Sector leader at Ernst & Young in South Africa, the survey results indicate that the growth in durable goods and particularly semi-durable goods remained lively, but non-durable goods sales volumes disappointed.
Durable goods orders were unchanged compared to the prior month, while non-durable goods were down 1.
5% increase in production of durable consumer goods and 5% rise in non-durable goods.
8% the period before and non-durable goods fell by 6.