Traducción de consumer goods en español:

consumer goods

artículos de consumo, n.

sustantivo plural

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    artículos de consumo masculino
    bienes de consumo masculino
    • Prices for most manufactured and consumer goods are either flat or declining.
    • They are making the manufacturers of consumer goods responsible for the fate of what they manufacture.
    • Not long ago Unilever, manufacturers of consumer goods, opened business in the city.
    • These measures had the effect of killing off Western imports, especially those of luxury consumer goods.
    • In the past year, consumer goods and autos have accounted for half the overall advance in imports.
    • There are many people involved in the selling of consumer goods and services.
    • There is increasing concern over the disposal of these consumer goods due to the volume and composition of the waste.
    • So you have a very wide range of products in demand - from consumer goods to capital goods.
    • There was also unmet local demand for business services, not just consumer goods.
    • If this technology can be applied to consumer goods at the household level, that will be big.
    • Around one third of the space would have been used to sell food, with the remainder given over to consumer goods.
    • Yet do our televisions, telephones, videos and other consumer goods represent affluence or poverty?
    • The most daunting thing about China is not its ability to make cheap consumer goods.
    • In the production of many consumer goods, novelty in product design and appearance is now important.
    • Yet you are gorging yourself on disposable consumer goods while the world starves.
    • It was in consumer goods that the shortfalls were most marked.
    • So contrary to popular thinking, more savings actually expands and not contracts the flow of consumer goods.
    • Most manufactured and consumer goods available in Greenland are imported from Denmark.
    • It dominates in manufacturing of consumer goods too, and produces nearly all the world's running shoes.
    • People therefore purchase homes, country houses, cars, and consumer goods to stock them.