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    Posted 2 months ago in Form 3

    Marketing

    Two types marketing board

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    Posted 2 months ago in Form 4

    Taxation

    state any principle of Taxation

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    Collins Msingwa   Posted on 2 months ago

    1. equity
    2. convinience
    3. certenity
    4. economy
    5. diversity

    Posted 3 months ago in Form 2

    Stock Administration

    what is stock adiministration.

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    Fankie Peace   Posted on 3 months ago

    the process of making sure that the correct level of stock is maintained, to be able to meet demand while keeping the costs of holding stock to a minimum

    Posted 3 months ago in Form 1

    The Scope Of Commerce

    What is the scope of commerce

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    Renatus Philimon   Posted on 2 months ago

    that's great fankie peace

    Fankie Peace   Posted on 3 months ago

    Scope of Commerce is vast and never ending as the globe cannot exist without trade and commerce going on.

    1.) Banking :- Commerce extends to banking as you need such financial institutions to deal with your money. As it is said , human brain cannot remember everything and anything, You require banks to safeguard your earned money and also get financial assistance in times of business depressions.

    2.) Trade :- Commerce involves large scale trade of goods and services , not just between individuals in particular, but also between multinational corporations (MNCs) , & between governments of one or more countries. Without trade , there cannot be commerce.

    3.) Goods & Services :- What do you trade between? Definitely some Tangible goods from where you derive benefits for yourself or for your dear ones. It can be Durable or perishable goods, Inferior or Giffen goods, supplementary or complementary goods, Goods of necessity or Prestigious goods and so on. Commerce also exists between intangible goods which are called Services , Which requires a personal touch of the supplier or his subordinates or workers like Hotel services, educational services, Health services, car insurance, health insurance, salon services , stitching services. No matter what kind of a good or service it is, They are all undertaken for a price and hence constitute the scope of Commerce.

    4.) Documents of trade :- Various documents are required to be presented as a proof of trade existing between two parties. It may also be required as a record of trade as human mind cannot remember everything forever. Few documents of in-house trade are - Promissory notes, cheques, bills of exchange, hundies, railway receipts, warehouse receipts . Few documents used in foreign trade are - Letters of credit , documents of bills of exchange, bills of lading .

    5.) Commercial organisations :- Scope of commerce includes various forms (types) of commercial organisations like:

    Sole trading concerns also known as sole-proprietary organizations,
    Partnership firms,
    Joint-stock companies,
    Co-operative societies and
    Public sector or state enterprises like government companies.

    Posted 3 months ago in Form 1

    The Scope Of Commerce

    MEANING OF WHOLE SALE TRADE

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    Subira Hebron   Posted on 2 months ago

    is process in which buying goods in large
    quantities and sell them in small quantities to the retailers

    Alicia Mseke   Posted on 3 months ago

    Is the buying of goods in large quantities and sell them to the retailers in small quantities.

    Posted 3 months ago in Form 1

    Production

    1. factors of growth of commerce in Tan zania
    2. how can you improve productivity of labour andland(5pointseach) 

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    Posted 3 months ago in Form 1

    Production

    1. give reason to satisfying primary want than before secondary wants
    2. how commerce facilitates human wants satsification 

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    Posted 3 months ago in Form 3

    Transportation

    1. explain the source of commercial banks profit
    2. define a commercial bank.

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    Posted 4 months ago in Form 1

    Production

    What is production

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    Hughes Mbuthia   Posted on 3 days ago

    It refers to the Creation of goods and services

    Henry Danger   Posted on 3 weeks ago

    NICE

    Jackline Mwita   Posted on 3 months ago

    is any activity which results in creation of goods and services in order to satisfy human wants

    Carolina Semiono   Posted on 3 months ago

    Is the process of creating utility

    Posted 4 months ago in Form 2

    Wholesale Trade

    what are the advantages and disadvantages of wholesalers

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    Posted 4 months ago in Form 2

    Wholesale Trade

    What is wholesale trade

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    Posted 4 months ago in Form 4

    Business Units

    WHY BUSINESS UNITY IS IMPONTY IN THE BUSINESS

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    Posted 4 months ago in Form 1

    The Scope Of Commerce

    Human are classified into 2 major categories which are

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    Posted 4 months ago in Form 1

    The Scope Of Commerce

    what is commerce 

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    Johnson Mwanyanje   Posted on 3 months ago

    Is the study of exchange and distribution of goods and service in order to satisfy human wants

    Carolina Semiono   Posted on 3 months ago

    Is the study of exchange and distribution of goods and services from the point of production to the point of consumption to satisfy human needs and wants

    Christian Kadima   Posted on 3 months ago

    Is an art which deals with distribution and exchange of goods and services from the place of production to the final consumer

    Jocelyne Rusohoka   Posted on 4 months ago

    is the branch of production which deals with distribution and exchange of  goods and services and all activities that facilitate the transfer of such goods from the producer to the final consumer

    Posted 4 months ago in Form 2

    Retail Trade

    What is a retail trade 

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    Fankie Peace   Posted on 4 months ago

    Retail trade is the business activity associated with the sale of goods to the final consumer, the ultimate customer.

    Posted 4 months ago in Form 4

    Business Units

    Wat are the forms of buss unit

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    Atugonza Banyenza   Posted on 4 months ago

    hey give out meaning of sales partnership

    Posted 4 months ago in Form 3

    Transportation

    differences between a sacco an cooperativess

     

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    Teejay Ngari   Posted on 4 months ago

    thanks

    Teejay Ngari   Posted on 4 months ago

    difference between protandry and protogyny

    Fankie Peace   Posted on 4 months ago

    The cooperative is, thus, an open-ended concept, while the SACCO is close-ended, limited to holding savings and providing credit to members. SACCOs do not build houses for members; housing cooperatives do.

    Janeth Simon   Posted on 4 months ago

    Ido get you

    Posted 4 months ago in Form 2

    Ware-Housing Management

    The following were transactions in the books of Juma

     

    • stock  on 1/1/2017-------400
    • stock  on 31/12/2017------600
    • purchases  - - - - -5200

    Uniform rate of mark up of 20 percent is applied. Calculate

     

    1. Gross profit
    2. sales amount
    3. margin

    PLEASE  SHOW   SOLUTION   OKAY

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    Posted 4 months ago in Form 2

    Stock Administration

    What is the formula for finding marginal cost

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    John Magembe   Posted on 4 months ago

    Thanks

    Fankie Peace   Posted on 4 months ago

    Marginal Cost = (Change in Costs) / (Change in Quantity)

    Posted 4 months ago in Form 3

    Communication

    What are the channels of communication?explain

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