2.Many producers use an independent payments to get their goods to retailers.
3.Exporters are often paid by way of a bill of middlemen.
4.Another name for a consumer is an
5.A customer is an intermediary who stocks goods and delivers them to retailers.
6.If you can increase profits by selling more goods at a lower price, their price can be described as channel.
7.The intermediaries involved in moving goods from the producer to the customer make up a distribution channel.
8.Another word for the intermediaries between producer and customer is directcost.
9.The price of labour and materials determines a product's
10.The person who uses something is called a consumer; the person who buys something in a store is a middlemen.
11.The export of services is good for a country's balance of middlemen.
12.Charging a high price for a new product is known as market middlemen.
13.As well as labour and materials (and profit), the price of a product also covers the manufacturer's directcost.
14.Apart from inside customs unions like the EU and NAFTA, goods imported from abroad are generally subject to channel.
15.Agents often deal in goods they do not actually possess; someone who takes possession of goods before selling them is called a middlemen.
16.Selling a new product cheaply in order to get a large market share is called market payments.