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retailing

the function of selling products to the ultimate buyers of those products. See RETAILER, DISTRIBUTION CHANNEL.
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While the record-setting FDI numbers from 2017 are impressive, they pale in comparison to what we can achieve once we remove barriers to entry that discourage foreign players from investing more in the retail trade sector," said Gatchalian, the chairman of the Senate Committee on Economic Affairs.
The BSP data showed that one of the industries that drew significant investments was the retail trade sector.
In terms of volume, the retail trade companies saw their turnover increase 6.
In filing Senate Bill (SB) 1639, Gatchalian proposes to remove existing equity and capitalization requirements under the retail trade liberalization law, or Republic Act (RA) 7042 reducing the minimum requirements for interested foreign enterprises to engage in the local retail trade.
It is a pity that instead of formulating policies for the welfare and modernisation of existing retail trade, the government is more interested in paving way for the MNCs to control and dominate the retail trade of India.
He was speaking at an interactive session with those belonging to the retail trade.
In January, the retail trade volume increased by 0.
Bulgariaas retail trade turnover adjusted for the number of working days increased by 5.
The non-food products lead in the structure of retail trade (65.
Turnover in motor vehicle trade, wholesale and retail trade in million denars 2012 2013 Total 415 727 409 166 45 Wholesale and retail trade and repair of 21 317 23 522 motor vehicles and motorcycles 46 Wholesale trade, except of motor vehicles 191 307 189 788 and motorcycles 47 Retail trade, except of motor vehicles and 203 103 195 856 motorcycles Retail trade of automotive fuel 51 650 56 567 Retail trade, except automotive fuel 151 453 139 289 Retail sale of food, beverages and tobacco 81 544 69 975 Retail sale of non-food products (except 69 909 69 314 fuel) Source: State Statistical Office
About 15 million people worked in retail trade in the United States in May 2013, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
In the county's retail trade sector--a subset that counts purchases of clothes, home furnishings, books, cars and general merchandise but excludes sales in industries such as manufacturing and construction--sales increased 1.