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discount store

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(Commerce) a shop where goods are sold at a low price
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Noun1.discount store - a sales outlet offering goods at a discounted pricediscount store - a sales outlet offering goods at a discounted price
mercantile establishment, outlet, retail store, sales outlet - a place of business for retailing goods
discount chain - a chain of discount stores
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discount store

nnegozio di vendita diretta, discount m inv
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20 June 2014 - UK grocery retailer J Sainsbury plc (LON:SBRY), or Sainsbury's, said today it had agreed to set up a joint venture with Dansk Supermarked A/S to open discount stores across the UK under the Danish retail stores operator's brand Netto A/S.
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Discount grocery retail is enjoying a surge in popularity, with significant numbers of British consumers from across the social spectrum increasingly opting to buy goods from discount stores, according to a new report commissioned by specialist wholesaler Rowan, and undertaken by research charity IGD.
Walmart, meanwhile, continues to convert most of its extant discount stores to Supercenters.
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The 23 Plus Discount stores would join the Lidl chain of supermarkets, becoming the retailer's first outlets in the country.
The report showed that the number of discount stores in the UK rose by 60% in the past two years to more than 1,400.
Lawson will integrate the two subsidiaries by the end of next March and run all of its discount stores as Lawson Store 100, the officials said.
Synopsis: Department and discount stores are the two main places at which Americans say they are likely to shop for Christmas gifts this year.
It analyzes the market conditions, encompassing hypermarkets, supermarkets, discount stores, traditional neighborhood stores and cash & carry type outlets.