By Patricia J. Bungert
Encyclopedia of goods & Industries is designed to help students who have to examine items and the relationships among items and their industries. it is going to aid clients discover a variety of points of a product, the brands, providers, instant and adjoining industries and markets. This 2-volume set will emphasize brands of sturdy items corresponding to tires, cars, home equipment, company gear, domestic furniture and carrying items. Tables, charts and records increase essays and contain marketplace measurement, marketplace proportion and marketplace segments every one product is offered into.
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