Budget Retailer

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Budget Retailer

A store or other company that sells inexpensive goods or services to consumers. For example, a budget retail clothing store sells cheap clothes. Critics contend budget retailers sell poor quality goods, though supporters maintain that poor and lower middle class people would have few options without them.
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The budget retailers are bidding to tap into what is tipped to be a PS26.7billion market and say their six-piece skincare range #6 will "inject some everyday luxury" into beauty routines.
HOUSE prices near budget retailers like Aldi and Lidl have surged at a faster rate than those near supermarkets generally in recent years.
BUDGET retailers have bolstered their takings by nearly a fifth to PS4.9bn as millions of first-time shoppers flock to their stores.
Meanwhile, Asda is also attempting to streamline its offering to compete better with budget retailers by trimming the number of lines it stocks to try and cut costs.
The deal will bring together the two budget retailers - which together employ scores of workers across Teesside.
He said: "We are also seeing improved levels of enquiries from third party logistics providers and budget retailers.
Shareholders, led by the private equity arm of Goldman Sachs, are said to be keen to capitalise on the boom in budget retailers during the recession.
A consortium of private investors, led by the private equity arm of Goldman Sachs, plans to appoint an investment bank this week to auction the business to capitalise on the boom in budget retailers during the recession.
Of the 360 stores under new occupation, more than one third (134) have been taken over by budget retailers.
The GVA Grimley research found that despite the "pessimistic economic backcloth", the on-going requirements of budget retailers, in particular discount food and clothing retailers, was helping to drag the sector out of the current doldrums.