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- n. Plural form of sale.
- n. The activities involved in selling goods or services.
- n. Revenues
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- n. income (at invoice values) received for goods and services over some given period of time
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For GM, the June swoon has an added peril: Without a sales surge in the next few days, it risks losing its U. S.-sales crown to Toyota Motor Corp. for the month.
"For GM, the June swoon has an added peril: Without a sales surge in the next few days, it risks losing its U. S.-sales crown to Toyota Motor Corp. for the month," the paper says.
LEAD: Nintendo's April-December profits, sales drop on slower Wii sales+ photo: Creative Commons/TC411-507
In addition, the 30 key local brands, which represented 22% of Group sales over the 1st half-year 2009/10, confirmed their resilience at a time of crisis, with stable volume and sales*.
You must remit sales tax on all sales of tangible personal property from an event at a Michigan location to an end user (\ "retail sales\") at the rate of 6 percent.
For SchoolFest matinee and general group sales, including home-school groups, call NCSF's Administrative Offices, at 841-2273, ext. 226, or e-mail sales@ ncshakes. org.
If, on the other hand, the fall in sales is due to a shortage of supply while there is ample demand, then prices will rise as quantities fall.
If a fall in sales is due to a shortage of demand while there is ample supply, then, as quantities fall relative to trend, prices will fall as well.
But it should be easy -- at least for an average parrot -- to tell whether a fall in sales is due to a shortage of supply or a shortage of demand.
But the pace of growth in sales is more moderate than the double-digit gains it has seen in over the past few years.