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  • n. Plural form of discounter.

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Examples

  • Chief executive Marcy Syms said in a statement that increased competition from department stores offering the same brands at similar discounts, and an increase in private label discounters weighed on the companies.

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  • Now about that cable - even if you buy it at the over-priced "discounters" they all sell the cables 5 times more expensive then they should be it will cost maybe 20€.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • They also will be checking for any indication that competitors, such as discounters, are making headway in wresting shoppers from the chain.

    Kroger Poised to Post Solid Profit

  • According to Consumer Health Alliance there these "discounters" serve nearly 6 million people in the state.

    Emaxhealth

  • However, he said: "It is no secret we lost a few customers to retailers with a strong price image," such as discounters Aldi and Lidl and Tesco's more traditional rivals Asda and Morrisons.

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  • This time around, investors should choose discounters with room to bend on price.

    Dollar Tree Profits Come in Small Sizes

  • More people are buying books online, at discounters and other stores.

    Borders Bankruptcy Coming Next Week

  • Moreover, Penney competes with discounters like Marshalls and Ross Stores .

    J.C. Penney's Moving Target

  • There's worry, too, that Amazon.com and other discounters such as Wal-Mart Stores and Costco Wholesale are threatening its dominant position.

    Staples Shares Look Like a Bargain

  • Plus you can always find the good ones on sale at the designer outlets and discounters like Century 21 in New York.

    Applying Business Logic to Menswear

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