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  • Unfortunately, the household-goods industry has been slow to respond.

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  • ISPs already offer free service in parts of France, such as Groupe Serveur or World Online, Kingfisher has the advantage that Dixons had of access to a trusted distribution network in its Darty chain of household-goods stores, which will give out free starter discs to its numerous customers.

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  • More may come to, as the interest-rate increases bite, hitting instalment payments on cars and household goods, and causing middle-class grief.

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  • The same is true of 3D manufacturing devices that allow small-scale producers to get back in the game of producing everything from household goods to complex mechanical proto-types at ever-lower cost.

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  • Together, the two firms hope to transform yet more mundane household goods into technology-rich marvels.

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  • This feature allows users to send real physical items, such as cookies, household goods and t-shirts to their friends.

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  • During his re-election campaign the government subsidised household goods and launched a crash programme of cheap public housing.

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  • Petrol stations are now offering an ever-widening range of food and household goods.

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  • China recently began to import some African-manufactured value-added goods, such as processed foods and household consumer goods.

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  • That's why Lafley has spent a lot of time thinking about beauty brands, particularly hair-color products, a category growing twice as fast as household goods.

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  • Since household spending reacts only modestly to swings in share prices, some consumer-goods firms may be able to muddle through with such tactics—at least for a while.

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  • These cellulose-based bioplastics have conventionally been utilized in stationery, toys and household goods.

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  • The study found that the average household spent 20% to 40% of its rebate on nondurable goods during the three-month period the money was received.

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  • That's why Lafley has spent a lot of time thinking about beauty brands, particularly hair-color products, a category that's growing twice as fast as household goods.

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  • The rise in global commodities has aggravated the challenges of this policy, since Beijing can expect to import more goods at higher costs, even as it fails to generate new household consumption-driven demand effectively (notwithstanding the surge in automobile imports when comparing the first-quarter 2011 deficit to that of 2004).

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  • This aid, however, is not entirely one-sided: the Congolese are reported to be filling dugout canoes with sofas and other looted household goods and sailing them back home.

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  • Wal-Mart already lures plenty of customers to its stores through rock-bottom prices for groceries, but wants them to toss more items such as clothes and household goods into their shopping carts before heading for the till.

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  • The goods and services under inspection--including housing, transportation, food, leisure and household supplies--are representative of executive spending patterns, and the selection of the cities reflects the request for corresponding data from the groups that use the study's findings.

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  • When it comes to ordinary household goods, such as those carried by the likes of Home Depot, Tesco, Carrefour and Wal-Mart, the Chinese are extremely price sensitive.

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