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Dixons Retail - Operations - Nordics - Elkjøp and Gigantti
... operates smaller, medium, big and XXL sized retail stores across Norway selling white goods, consumer electronics, Personal Computers, communications products and related services ... Gigantti ("Giant") operates retail stores across Finland selling white goods, brown goods, consumer electronics, personal computers, communications products and related ...
Hire Purchase
... which persons usually agree to pay for goods in parts or a percentage at a time ... afford to pay a percentage as a deposit, a hire-purchase contract allows the buyer to hire the goods for a monthly rent ... has been paid in equal installments, the buyer may then exercise an option to buy the goods at a predetermined price (usually a nominal sum) or return the goods to ...
Cost Of Goods Sold - Identification Conventions
... In some cases, the cost of goods sold may be identified with the item sold ... Ordinarily, however, the identity of goods is lost between the time of purchase or manufacture and the time of sale ... Determining which goods have been sold, and the cost of those goods, requires either identifying the goods or using a convention to assume which goods were sold ...
... Goods may refer to Good (economics), physical (tangible) product Personal property, legal personal chattels ...
Cost Of Goods Sold - Write-downs and Allowances
... The value of goods held for sale by a business may decline due to a number of factors ... The goods may prove to be defective or below normal quality standards (subnormal) ... The goods may become obsolete ...

Famous quotes containing the word goods:

    Give up the feeling of responsibility, let go your hold, resign the care of your destiny to higher powers, be genuinely indifferent as to what becomes of it all and you will find not only that you gain a perfect inward relief, but often also, in addition, the particular goods you sincerely thought you were renouncing.
    William James (1842–1910)

    Note, besides, that it is no more immoral to directly rob citizens than to slip indirect taxes into the price of goods that they cannot do without.
    Albert Camus (1913–1960)

    He was a laborer. Sweated his goods out for nine pound a week. He never had it so good.
    Alan Sillitoe (b. 1928)