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1) What are the differences among the various forms of retail organizations?

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1) What are the differences among the various forms of retail organizations?

The difference forms of retail organization are the corporate chain, the voluntary chains, co-operative stores, and local retail stores.

The corporate chains have common ownership and control. These stores can push down their prices because of centralized buying and mechanizing. Usually, these chains have cost advantages in buying because of large volumes. These advantages are ...

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