discount market


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discount market

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(Banking & Finance) the part of the money market consisting of banks, discount houses, and brokers on which bills are discounted
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The local authority's policy aims for at least 17% of the homes on each development to be affordable, split evenly between those for social rent and those for sale, for example at a discount market value.
The local authority's policy seeks for at least 17% of the homes on each development to be affordable, split evenly between those for social rent and those for sale, for example, at a discount market value.
The planning committee heard that 49 homes - 14% of the development - would be offered at discount market rates but that none were designated as affordable housing, which was described as a "moral outrage" at the meeting.
The stores visited were within a 10-minute car ride of 76 percent of the MIT community members and were classified as bulk supermarket, general supermarket, discount market, or specialty market such as a local co-op.
The plans are for 24 two-bedroom homes, 41 three-bedroom houses and 27 four-bedroom properties, of which eight would be for social rent and six for sale at discount market value.
"The discount market isn't being led by consumers demanding a bargain, it's being led by retailers who are so lacking in confidence in their own business they're worried the guy next door is going to go on sale."
It blamed decreasing footfall in and an increasingly competitive discount market.
Founded this year by entrepreneurs Vikram Simha, Jonathan Plein and Ben Corrigan, Pouch is set to disrupt the voucher code discount market in the UK by providing the best voucher codes for products in the blink of an eye, or in this case, the click of a mouse.
In total, 95% of products will cost PS10 or less as it aims to muscle in on the crowded discount market.
In total, 95 per cent of products will cost PS10 or less as they aim to muscle in on the crowded discount market. The company have a target of opening 50 stores in 50 days on "secondary" high streets - that's the less popular spots.
In the last two weeks, Lidl said it will spend PS220m opening 20 stores this year, creating 2,500 jobs, while Sainsbury's is to enter the discount market in a joint venture with Danish discounter Netto as part of a PS25m plan that will see 15 new stores in the north of England by 2015.
Walmart already possessed the dominant share of the discount market and has been extending its penetration of the Canadian grocery sector as it opens more Supercenters in the country.