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n 1. an allowance or deduction made from a gross sum.
v 2. to reduce the amount of a professional fee.
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The discounter channel has been boosted by the global economic crisis in 2008 and 2009 and is still not mature in most Eastern European markets where grocery retailing remains fragmented.
Although few discounters have in-house analysts, most will send investors research materials from sources such as Standard & Poor's, Value Line, Bloomberg and Morningstar.
Hard discounters Aldi and Lidl left the supermarkets for dust growth-wise in the 12 weeks ending 17 April 2011, with year-on-year sales increases of 15% and 14.
The affiliation has given Mattress Discounters room to grow while the bedding company has contributed to Heilig's overall profitability since the mattress business is a high-return business with little capital expense, explained Jon Studner, senior vice president.
Hypermarket, Supermarket, and Discounters in China increased at a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.
Table 27: Leading Global Hypermarkets, Supermarkets and Discounters by Inventory Turnover, 2006-2010
This profile focuses on hypermarket, supermarket, and discounters in Australia and provides data on channel size.
By contrast, discounters Lidl and Aldi continue to enjoy strong sales growth and eat into the established players' dominance.
1, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Family owned and operated Tire Discounters, the nation's eighth largest independent tire retailer, announced today that it has named Procter & Gamble veteran Sarah Stimson as its new executive vice president of talent.
Morrisons announced a price matching scheme last week in a bid to take on the discounters, which could lead to retaliatory action by their big rivals.
The report found that the "discount channel"--which encompasses "food" discounters such as Aldi and Lidl, pound shops and high street discount stores--is currently used by just under half (46 percent) of shoppers, and is expected to expand dramatically: