wholesale trade


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wholesale trade

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All wholesale trade industries recorded higher sales in the December 2017 quarter, Stats NZ said today.
Aiming to build a strategic relationship between the two parties and leverage future collaborations between the UAE and China, the agreement will facilitate mutual trade and investment activities and the exchange of expertise, with a focus on developing wholesale trade destinations and wholesale e-commerce.
Ma reviews the reform of wholesale trade in China during the past three decades, describes its present conditions, points out existing problems, and explains the necessity and inevitability of wholesale trade given China's economic and social conditions.
In two years, from 2010 to 2012, the number of wholesale trade workers fell by nearly 40%, according to an analysis prepared by the Bulgarian Industrial Association (BIA).
The share of the economic entities from the sector of retail and wholesale trade (45.
goods is surging, said CIBC, with wholesale trade inventories climbing 1.
Wholesale trade performed badly in 2009 according to the latest figures.
Summary: Commercial activity in Algeria has seen an increase in Q4 2008 compared with the previous term, for the wholesale trade, but fell for retail, according to a survey of opinion on trade conducted by the National Office of Statistics (ONS) with the trade firms' managers.
Labor productivity--defined as output per hour--increased in wholesale trade, retail trade, and food services and drinking places in 2006.
To expand service sector coverage in the Producer Price Index (PPI), the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) in July 2005 introduced a group of indexes for the wholesale trade sector of the U.
The principal sectors of investment are depository institutions (USD1,601 million, 44%), wholesale trade (USD592 million, 16%), other manufacturing (USD410 million, 11%) and electronics (USD403 million, 11%).
It has been incorporated into the following Census Bureau programs: 1997 Economic Censuses; Current Industrial Reports; County Business Patterns; the Annual Surveys of Manufactures; Wholesale Trade, and Retail Trade; and the Service Annual Survey.