Commercialised trade

Commercialised trade.

Commercial trade is the action of looking at the future economy, and creating a product to suit it. Trades always observe their price index and try to get the biggest profit. They earn a lot of money during the celebrations. If it‘s Christmas, New Year or Easter we could find a lot of presents, candies, and other stuff for exactly that celebration in the nearest supermarket.

For example, we give each other a lot of heart shaped chocolate and sweets during Valentine‘s Day, or we buy many toys for kids to put under the Christmas tree in Winter, so shops are overloaded with these things at the right season.

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Commercialised trade. (2017 m. Lapkričio 19 d.). Peržiūrėta 2020 m. Rugsėjo 18 d. 20:15
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