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Sales might be restricted because products sold in overseas commissaries and exchanges pass across international borders, making them custom, duty and tax free (limiting them).
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Don't think so), as well as the rise of personal chefs, and it's no surprise that nowadays, studio commissaries tend to be half-filled rooms, less bustling than merely operating.
The records of service in New South Wales of the first two Treasury-appointed Deputy-Commissaries-General, David Allan and Frederick Drennan, would not have persuaded Wellington to revise his 1810 opinion of the character of commissaries.
By: expanding the capacity of its commissaries, Baysa said, the group would be investing for long-term growth.
We found that commissaries are making greater use of part-time employees because of the reductions.
The department accepted recommendations from a General Accounting Office report on the operations of the commissaries, which are supermarkets serving military personnel and retirees.
The cost savings and great convenience provided by commissaries and exchanges significantly help improve the quality of life of military families," said JWV Chairman, PNC Robert Zweiman.
Later this year, NCR will begin implementation of its commerce hub at DeCA, creating an open ecosystem of retail applications and data in order to help create a frictionless patron experience for DeCAs worldwide chain of commissaries.
These retailers include Whole Foods, Wal-Mart, Foodland, 7-Eleven, ABC Stores, Aloha Island Marts, Times Supermarkets and commissaries in Hawaii operated by the Defence Commissary Agency, amongst many others.
New York (AirGuideBusiness - Business & Industry News) Mon, Jan 27, 2014 - The Pentagon reportedly is considering cutting $1 billion from the Defense Commissary Agency's budget over the next three years, which would result in the closures of most rural and overseas military commissaries operated by the agency, according to unnamed sources.
The Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) yesterday hired The Nielsen Company, based in New York, to provide market and consumer insights to its worldwide chain of commissaries, which provide groceries to military personnel, retirees, and their families.

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