Definitions

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  • abbr. Fast moving consumer goods.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Produced on their behalf by contract manufacturers, these retailer-owned brands cover a wide range of consumer goods categories and are often priced substantially lower than their famous label FMCG competition - in fact, lower cost is their principal unique selling proposition.

    The Unlawyer

  • Industries such as FMCG, pharma and food processing apart from agriculture sector have considerable requirements for integrated logistics parks owing to their higher need for warehousing activity.

    The Economic Times

  • Almost all the major sectors such as FMCG, banking and finance, auto and manufacturing, systems and IT, telecom and pharmaceuticals were represented.

    The Economic Times

  • Invest in defensive sectors such as FMCG and Pharmaceuticals

    SeekingAlpha.com: Home Page

  • Erica joins Interbrand Sampson with a wide range of experience, stretching across various market segments such as FMCG, Hotel & Leisure, Financial & Telecommunications.

    the Marketing community of South Africa

  • Emami occupies an enviable position in sectors such as FMCG, newsprint, private hospital, edible oil, bio-diesel, realty, ball pen tips manufacturing, contemporary art and retail chain with Frank Ross and Starmark in its fold.

    India Press Release

  • While we try to maintain our supremacy in SCM & Ops, we are equally good in other sectors such as FMCG, Finance and IT as well.

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  • MNCs in sectors such as FMCG, consumer durables, pharma and large IT companies have continued to pay out bonuses this year.

    The Economic Times

  • "Sector: a) Prices at 25 cents/pound are ruling at 28 year high up by more than 80% this year but lower than their all time high of 66 cents/pounds. b) Sugar is only commodity which is a combination of 3 in 1 industry, namely FMCG, Power and Chemical.

    Moneycontrol Top Headlines

  • Other brewers have also appointed senior executives from FMCG companies, such as AB InBev's chief marketing officer, who joined from Coca-Cola, and Carlsberg 's chief executive, who previously worked at Gillette.

    Heineken's Shelf-Improvement Strategy

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