Distributor

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Distributor

A wholesaler; an individual, corporation, or partnership buying goods in bulk quantities from a manufacturer at a price close to the cost of manufacturing them and reselling them at a higher price to other dealers, or to various retailers, but not directly to the general public.

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Associated Press-- Anheuser-Busch didn't violate federal antitrust rules in its dealings with a central Florida distributorship started by baseball slugger Roger Maris, the brewing giant's CEO has testifed.
An appointment order of distributorship to Yhome Gas Agency was handed over to the proprietor, D.
The court also concluded that the sales of distributorships were sales of intagibles independent from the sales of products and, hence, were unprotected by Public Law No.
Specifically, AC Industrials holds distributorship interests such as the 13 percent stake in Honda Cars Philippines Inc.
(i) Four types of LPG distributorships, namely, Sheheri, Rurban, Gramin & Durgam Kshetriya Vitrak have been introduced.
2010, A-B InBev requested that the Illinois Liquor Control Commission transfer licenses of four City Beverage distributorship locations to ABI as part of its purchase of City Beverage-Illinois.
The seller, Grant Bray, inherited the distributorship from his late father, Bill Bray.
The detailed guidelines namely Unified Guidelines for Selection of LPG Distributorships are available on the website http://www.petroleum.nic.in
Trade Shows nationally, sale of distributorship's and store front locations.
"The Liquor Control Commission's ruling to allow A-B InBev to have an ownership interest in a distributorship is an example of the regulatory process run amok," Mr.
In this direction, after an elaborate and comprehensive review of the existing distributorship selection policies, a new set of Guidelines have been finalised with the objective of strengthening LPG supply chain with focus on rural areas and creating job opportunities through supply chain system.
Golden Eagle of Arkansas, the Little Rock Anheuser-Busch beer distributorship owned by the Bray family since 1967, has not been sold, as we were originally told.

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