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Unsold

The portion of a company's inventory that customers or clients have not purchased, especially by the end of an accounting period. Unsold inventory may be sold at a discount, given away or even discarded. Too much unsold inventory results in losses.
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They have been working hard with a number of our hubs across the country, ensuring stores set aside any unsold fruit, vegetables and bread so that our volunteers can collect and turn it into a wonderful three course community meal.
Raja Makarem, founder and managing director of RAMCO, said many of the units remained unsold due to problems either with the size, location, price or construction quality.
Commerce Commission Chairman Dr Mark Berry stated that the proposed placement of the unsold block (if not sold to Telecom), in a position that is not adjacent to 2degrees other spectrum holdings, was key to the Commission clearing Telecom s acquisition.
A PCGA spokesman said according to the letter sent to the Textile ministry, unsold stock of cotton bales was calculated at 560,000 bales of prime quality lint which carries a price tag of Rs 7,200 per 40 kilogram in accordance with the international market.
A bid of Rs 50 lakh was not forthcoming from any of the IPL teams, with the Sri Lankan becoming the third straight player to go unsold.
Operators charter planes and reserve rooms, so if seats and rooms are unsold eight weeks before departure, they discount any remaining seats.
Union Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal had earlier said the government would do another auction for the unsold spectrum by March 2013.
Realty NCR unsold adding residential According report by PropEquity, real intelligence absorption realty has about in Delhi- first compared period " The books for sitting to stock, C RITICS TALK about the paralysis afflicting the government; in Noida, people talk about the paralysis of the realty market as developers and buyers play the waiting game.
A source added: "It's better for people to turn up at a lower price than planned, than a seat to go unsold.
He said they had initiated a scheme called Ticketshare, which could see some unsold tickets going to schools.
The total number of unsold tickets represents "less than 0.
Economists polled by Reuters had expected stocks of unsold goods at US wholesalers to rise 1 percent.