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chain store:

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commonly a shop or other establishment for the retail sale of commodities, but also a place where wholesale supplies are kept, exhibited, or sold. Retailing—the sale of merchandise to the consumer—is one of the oldest businesses in the world and was practiced
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Retail chains do not have incentives to publish information about manufacturers.
Gallerix is a Swedish retail chain specialising in framed prints, framing services and frames, home decoration and gift wrapping items and cards.
By making such an arrangement they are able to buy in large quantities that give them the most favorable prices and enable them to compete with the major retail chains.
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The tenth edition of the market survey FMCG Retail Chains in Russia 2012 is dedicated to analysis of the development of Russian retail food chains in 2011-2012.
com/research/3a9d81/diy_retail_chains) has announced the addition of the "DIY Retail Chains 2011" report to their offering.
Neshev has been part of the retail chain management since 2008.
The retail chain sought a centralized management system and decided to set up virtual private networks (VPNs) to link the 60 stores to the company's headquarters and handle data exchanges.
The company recently announced the signing of an agreement with Hangzhou Lianhua Huashang Group, a leading retail chain in Zhejiang Province with more than 10,000 employees, to open 20 independent retail stores in Hangzhou Lianhua's supermarkets to sell home electronics.
Coop is one of top offline music retailers selling CD's through subsidiary retail chains such as Kvickly and Kvickly xtra.
The monthly income is supported by the cash flow from nearly 1,700 retail properties located in 48 states owned under long-term lease agreements with leading regional and national retail chains.