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Urban Market Study
Urban Market Study
Urban Market Study
Urban Market Study
Urban Market Study
Urban Market Study
Urban Market Study
Urban Market Study
Urban Market Study
Urban Market Study
Urban Market Study
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Urban Market Study
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Urban Market Study

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According to development of perticular place we divide it as rural or urban. Here is a presentation that will show how an urban market functions.

According to development of perticular place we divide it as rural or urban. Here is a presentation that will show how an urban market functions.

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  • 1. Content: 1. Market 2. Distribution Channel 3. APMC 4. Market Yard 5. Retail 6. Navipeth and Tuljapur Cloth Market 7. Religion and Market 8. Street Vendors 9. Inflation and its Causes
  • 2. Market A Market is a mechanism in which buyers and sellers of any commodity are able to interact with each other and strike a deal of the goods to be bought and sold.
  • 3. Distribution channel: A channel of distribution is a chain or channel through which a commodity reaches from the producer to consumer through a proper passage.
  • 4. APMC: APMC is established by the state government for regulating the marketing of different kinds of agricultural produce for the same market area.
  • 5. Market yard: Market yard is a place where fruits, vegetables, grocer y etc are sold and distributed in bulk at wholesale price.
  • 6. Retail: Retail is the sale of goods and services from individuals or businesses to the end-user. Retailers are part of an integrated system called the supply chain. A retailer purchases goods or products in large quantities from manufacturers directly or through a wholesale, and then sells smaller quantities to the consumer for a profit. Retailing in India is one of the pillars of its economy and accounts for 14 to 15 percent of its GDP.
  • 7. Navipeth and Tuljapur cloth market: Cloth the basic necessity to live is one of the major component of a market. In tuljapur we can mainly find red and green sarees which the women used to wear in nauvari style. And in Solapur the market provide all kinds of cloths from different areas of country.
  • 8. Religion and market: Religion in many aspects has a lot of importance in governing the market behaviour. The first decades of the nineteenth century were not just about profit seeking and economic growth; the period was also filled with religious enthusiasm and creativity. Today in the 21st century, the era of science and technology, the market at religious places is very much successful.
  • 9. Street vendors: Street vendors are an integral component of urban economies around the world. Distributors of affordable goods and services, they provide consumers with convenient and accessible retail options and form a vital part of the social and economic life of a city.
  • 10. Inflation: Inflation is defined as a process of persistent and appreciable rise in the general level of prices. It refers to a process of rise in prices and NOT a state of high prices.
  • 11. Causes of inflation: 1. increase in money supply: the It represents an increase in purchasing power of the people. 2. deficit financing: due to more money in the economy again the purchasing power increases with constant supply increasing over all prices.
  • 12. 3. increase in population: it leads to increase in demand of commodities where as the supply remain constant. 4. higher taxes: indirect taxes are passed over by the producer to the consumer leading to inflation.

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