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消費者, しょうひしゃ

  • shōhisha


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • consumer

Examples of 消費者,しょうひしゃ in a Sentence

In America 'rebate' is widely recognized, generally as an incentive where makers give back directly to consumers.
Rising costs are fueling anxieties among consumers.
His company is one of the best managed companies in Japan.
Japanese consumers are watching closely the U.S. government's efforts to make Japan dismantle various restrictions on imports of foreign goods into the country.
Many consumers rose up against the consumption tax.
In general, consumers prefer quantity to quality.
Try to be a more rational consumer.
It took a long time for Japanese imports to penetrate the American consumer markets.
The consumer price index has been fluctuating wildly.
We consumers must buy more domestic products.

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