commercial market

commercial market

(1) The sale of products and services to end users and public and private companies, but not to governmental agencies. The term is used to contrast non-government buyers from government buyers.

(2) The sale of products and services to end users, but not to manufacturers, distributors or OEMs. The term is used to contrast retail buyers from wholesale buyers.

(3) Products that are offered for sale. See commercial version.
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Al Anbar Investment Commission plans to build a commercial market on land number 235/7 in district 44 Diom Wadi Gbalah in Rawa, Iraq.
Now, as both the city and the commercial market have rebounded, landlords of IMD buildings struggle to realize the value of/or profit from their investments.
moving to focus on the small commercial market, unveiled a technology platform to help agents and brokers reach that business.
AMD (NYSE:AMD) has announced that AMD and ASUS Computer International have teamed up to promote the AMD Assured Program for the North American commercial market.
Most of Boeing's size (80 percent of revenues) is in the commercial market.
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Al Anbar Investment Commission plans to build a commercial market on land number 616/7 in district 44 Diom Wadi Gbalah in Rawa, Iraq.
The economy was improving, the Manhattan residential market was surging and the commercial market was steadily climbing as major deals were signed for office and retail space.
The other players in the commercial market are users.
Al Anbar Investment Commission plans to build a commercial market on land number 1415/7 in district 44 Diom Wadi Gbalah in Rawa, Iraq.
Wilson commented that the results of operations continued to be impacted by the costs associated with the Commercial Market Sales Division.
Because of its decision to withdraw its desktop computer line from US retail plus a poor performance in the commercial market, IBM experienced the strongest decline among the top-tier vendors.

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