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bulk buying

1. Commerce the purchase at one time, and often at a reduced price, of a large quantity of a particular commodity
2. the purchase of the whole or greater part of the output of a commodity of a country or state by a single buyer, usually another country or state; state trading
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Tesco have been slammed for continuing to offer bulk-buy deals to Scots over the internet.
The Institute for Public Policy Research wants the Government to bulk-buy fuel and pass on the savings.
Ioannou thinks that by adopting a bulk-buy "Wal-Mart style" of retailing he can capture the burgeoning e-commerce market at a time when PC use is still fairly low.
A new law aimed at tackling the country's drink problem means businesses in Scotland won't be allowed to offer cheap deals to customers who bulk-buy alcohol from today.
Members of the North East Trading Standards Association checked out bulk-buy meat bargains designed to tempt shoppers.
HOUSEHOLDS will be able to save money on gas and electricity by clubbing together to bulk-buy at a discount under a new scheme.
There were a total of 13 of them and he had been assigned to bulk-buy cocaine for the weekend.