Merchandise


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Merchandise

All movable goods such as cars, textiles, appliances, etc. and 'f.o.b.' means free on board.

Merchandise

Any and all movable products that a company intends to sell, especially at the retail level.

merchandise

an alternative term for a GOOD or COMMODITY.
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Therefore, the taxpayer was not a seller of merchandise and could continue to use the cash method.
The line's booming popularity has expanded from its initial T-shirts and pants concept to include such diverse logo-emblazoned merchandise as baseball caps and shoes.
It appears that the controversy over whether materials used in a service business are considered merchandise or supplies will continue.
Under this new interpretation, most royalty or license fees paid for merchandise that is imported and resold without further processing will be considered an element of customs value and thus subject to duty.
that the transaction value of imported merchandise (in this case, subway cars) was based on the price of the sale from the middleman to the ultimate U.