- tagata faatauconsumerismconsumeristtagata e faaaogāina
Noun(1) a person who uses goods or services
(1) And consumer demand is as strong now as it has been any time in the last century or two.(2) Trade in wildlife is driven by consumer demand, so when the buying stops, the killing will too.(3) The consumer culture demands that when we are sick we have medicines to make us well.(4) This dedicated troupe have done the consumer a huge service by hiking up standards.(5) On consumer demand in general, growth is coming off the boil in the major economies.(6) we live in a consumer society(7) consumer demand(8) Last year it undertook a detailed study of the demands of the ethical consumer .(9) The analysts reckon consumer demand for laptops and notepads was behind the modest upturn.(10) There has also been a slowdown in service sector growth and consumer borrowing.(11) If you need help with a consumer problem please contact York Consumer Advice Service.(12) What better way to express one's rights as a consumer than to purchase a useless item?(13) First of all, consumers will demand less of the imported goods as they now have to pay a higher price.(14) It is, of course, too early for changes in house prices to affect consumers ' daily purchases.(15) It found that more than half of garages were delivering low standards of service to consumers .(16) The job of businessmen is to stay on guard as far as consumers ' demands are concerned.
(1) consumer goods :: oloa faatau
3. customer ::
4. shopper ::
5. user ::
6. end user ::
iuga tagata e faaaogāina
7. client ::
8. patron ::
9. the public ::
10. the market ::
Different Formsconsumer, consumerism, consumerist, consumerists, consumers
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