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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Trade
distributivedis‧trib‧u‧tive /dɪˈstrɪbjətɪv/ AWL adjective [usually before noun]  BBTconnected with distribution distributive costs
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distributiveChannel structure To a great extent a manufacturer's choice of distributive intermediaries is governed by the members in that channel.We can compare this concept of distributive justice found in choice theories with an equivalent pattern found in interests theories.These conclusions thus accord more with Hayek's views on distributive justice than with those of Rawls.Whatever the legal concepts employed, interests theory promotes communitarian values in its theory of distributive justice.The place value identification of criterion 1a is required in addition to the distributive law and this combination proved very demanding for low attainers.The weight of advertising put behind major brands has given these manufacturers influence over their distributive outlets.Rural areas have relatively larger proportions employed in low-paying industries such as agriculture, distributive trades and tourism.If the distributive trades are included with the above, then three freemen out of every five provided for the customer.
From Longman Business Dictionarydistributivedis‧trib‧u‧tive /dɪˈstrɪbjətɪv/ adjective [only before a noun] formalMARKETINGCOMMERCETRANSPORT connected with or relating to distributionmarketing, designers and other distributive agencies
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