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one who consumes goods and services

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Complement this account with a high-deductible health plan and consumers are protected in times of catastrophic expenses.
It's important for consumers to know about these agencies because the information they report helps lenders make decisions about whether to grant or deny apartments credit cards or loans.
They lack the strategic focus and research resources to build long-term knowledge systems around the needs and expectations of end consumers.
In the past, consumers who requested current, detailed, and in-depth information had to be diligent and willing to visit libraries, get help from librarians using unfriendly databases, and read very technical medical literature.
The memorandum clearly articulates the potential role of consumers in empowering persons with disabilities and the agencies that serve them.
There are many factors influencing the perception of consumers in the dairy marketplace.
inflation low, making it easier for American consumers to keep on buying.
Commercial agents and middlemen, while often reviled by farmers in later years, were, in mid-century, able to exert pressure over local retailers and make them more responsive to the demands and desires of rural consumers.
Brown alleged that consumers often do not learn about product recalls, and thus don't take the recommended action.
Critical to that adjustment process is the behavior of consumers and business people.
Lawmakers who pledge fidelity to this agenda are essentially promising to limit consumer choice and the free flow of information, and to regulate the burgeoning Internet economy, passing costs on to consumers.
In health care, we face barriers to consumer choice and professional discretion, a return to double-digit inflation, significant lapses and variability in quality, and broad-based stakeholder dissatisfaction from consumers, providers, and payers.
As empowered consumers continue to voice opinions regarding their service needs, the effectiveness of current services will be of greater interest to providers.
When using the Internet, the behavior of Generation Y consumers - defined as teenagers and young adults aged 18 to 23 - is strikingly similar to Generation X and Baby Boomers (aged 24 to 55).
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