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WHOLESALE. To sell by wholesale, is to sell by large parcels, generally in original packages, and not by retail. (q.v.)

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The seasonally adjusted total sales value for wholesale trade rose 3.
The number of wholesale trade workers fell from 270A 286 in 2010 to 169A 795 in 2012, according to BIA statistics, as cited by investor.
0 percent), followed by retail and wholesale trade (24.
The turnover value index of wholesale trade except motor vehicles and motorcycles for January-December 2009 recorded a decrease of 13.
To learn more, see "Productivity and Costs by Industry: Wholesale Trade, Retail Trade, and Food Services and Drinking Places, 2006," news release USDL 07-1321.
The 2002 NAICS definition represents a major change from the 1997 definition for the wholesale trade sector.
The dates of the release of these indicators and the latest month covered are as follows: manufacturers' durable goods shipments, inventories, and orders (May 25 with advance data for April); manufacturers' shipments, inventories, and orders (June 5 with data for April nondurable goods and revised durable goods data); retail sales and inventories (June 13 with sales data for May and June 14 with inventory data for April); monthly wholesale trade sales and inventories (June 7 with sales and inventory data for April); and manufacturing and trade sales and inventories (June 14 with data for April).
This is good news for the Saskatchewan economy, with wholesale trade taking a sharp rise in October, Economy Minister Steven Bonk said.
In the wholesale trade, the decline is from 5% in food, beverage and tobacco products trade to 29% in the trade of machinery and equipment.
Use of information and communication technologies in the fastest-growing wholesale trade industries spurred strong labor productivity growth in the sector as a whole, over the 1990-2000 period.
The sustained growth of Saskatchewans wholesale trade highlights continued confidence in the provinces economy, Economy Minister Jeremy Harrison said.
In wholesale trade sales went up by 10% and in motor vehicle sales, by 12.