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goods

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commodities

any tangible economic products (cars, soap powders, tools, machines, etc.) that contribute directly (see FINAL PRODUCTS) or indirectly (see INTERMEDIATE PRODUCTS) to the satisfaction of human wants. CONSUMER GOODS and PRODUCERS’ GOOD are an important component of GROSS NATIONAL PRODUCT.
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Import of Iran's consumer goods registered a huge rise by 65 percent during the first nine months of the current fiscal and stood at $7.
The supplier argued that its interest in the consigned goods continued in the finished product.
3 : something right or good <Good will come of this.
Problems: Various issues have surfaced during the development of a digital goods definition that illustrate the complexity of trying to apply traditional sales/use tax rules to digital goods situations.
And if every player is allowed to decide what is the ultimate end without the franchise taking any definitive stand on what it is, then there is no common good to speak of, no criterion to determine what constitutes a good record, and thus no way to distinguish a good player from a bad one.
the quantitative, and this tells us nothing whatever about the quality of the goods.
If things go wrong in moving the goods abroad due to errors made by the foreign buyer or their agents then the exporter may.
As Schumer has noted, New York City is in good shape.
3) I define "consumption," "consume" and "consuming" as the mere use of manufactured goods or services, whereas a "consumer" is one who acquires such goods or services by exchanging money.
While the production of durable and nondurable goods materials edged down, the output of energy materials increased sharply.
It cannot predict and evaluate ahead of time the outcome of its shaping; it cannot weigh the balance of prospective good and evil, undo its false steps, or backtrack and strike off on an alternate path.