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choice of goods
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Technology also means that never before have people worldwide had such a choice of goods and activities to spend their money on.
Consumers enjoy a vast choice of goods when they shop.
For poorer people, it too often means a limited choice of goods they can't really afford.
"What we're asking would reduce prices and give consumers a wider choice of goods."
You can also have an indirect impact, for example through your choice of goods, materials and suppliers.
Deregulation is also seen as helping Japanese consumers by giving them a greater choice of goods and services at lower prices.
If import restrictions were made, the consumers in the imposing country would have fewer choices of goods.
And consumers in both Japan and France will be better off if they are given the choice of goods from either country.
Indeed, the percentage reductions ahead could be higher, analysts said, which could leave shoppers with a reduced choice of goods by late in the season.
"We saw that the choice of goods in their stores was much bigger than ours," Mr. Leder said.
There's a wider choice of goods at Auroboutique near the ashram; all sales support ashram work.
This lack of freedom was often compensated by better housing conditions and a better choice of goods in retail trade than elsewhere in the country.
Duff and Trotter does a lot of trade in summer picnic hampers: the price of your choice of goods plus 30 percent for packing.
Over 90 per cent of consumers said FDI in retail will bring down prices and offer a wider choice of goods.
Real wages are up more than 20 percent from the beginning of price liberalization in June 1992, and so is real consumption, with a wide choice of goods.
The main benefits, whether at national, European or world level, are a far wider choice of goods and services, competitive prices, lower living costs and improved quality of life.
The real power lies in the hands of consumers to use our choice of goods to construct an intelligible personal universe that expresses our place in the larger society.
Private stores have sprung up offering a much wider choice of goods than was available under the Communists, but most Romanians still buy necessities in state stores with subsidized prices.
"It leads to better jobs, with bigger paychecks, in more competitive businesses, as well as to more choices of goods and inputs with lower prices for hard-working families and hard-driving entrepreneurs."
The internal market exists and all European citizens benefit greatly from this in the form of low inflation, low pricing and the large choice of goods and services which they want to buy.
By completing the single European market it will give Europe' s consumers more choice of goods and services, of higher quality and at lower prices and will, therefore, spur greater increases in living standards.
First, no American newspaper has any claim to the kind of circulation that Izvestia boasts and, secondly, American consumers have a higher proportion of disposable income and greater range of choice of goods.
THE Knicks could have conducted their three-week search for a new coach through every high-fashion men's shop in the world, and they couldn't have come up with a better choice of goods than Don Nelson.
Consumers are finding a much wider choice of goods on the shelves, as hundreds of stores are being privatized, ranging from glitzy crystal shops in Prague's medieval center to humble grocery stores in Moravian villages.
McIver (1987) describes that in retailing customers were persuaded to forgo the service provided by the friendly corner store and take on the labour of pushing trolleys around supermarkets because they made gains through cheaper prices and a wider choice of goods.