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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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retailingre‧tail‧ing /ˈriːteɪlɪŋ/ noun [uncountable]  BBTthe business of selling goods to customers in shops There may be many job losses in retailing.
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retailingBy 1996, the group plans to inject £85m and double its airport retailing space.There are further opportunities in design-related employment in government, manufacturing and retailing.At the hearts of these industrial towns the old marketing and retailing functions remained of paramount importance.And the way that food retailing is developing, the range and quality of those opportunities can only increase.But by far the biggest service activity in terms of turnover is retailing.You can be sole trader, in a partnership or limited company, in the manufacturing, retailing or service industries.Direct marketing is the fastest growing segment of retailing.It also provides an invaluable reference for professionals in architecture, design, manufacture, marketing, publicity or retailing.the retailing industryConran's transition from manufacturing to retailing was a gradual process.
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