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A '''good''' is any physical object or product which people or consumers can touch and feel, i.e. tangible items. They are usually manufactured or produced. These have to be bought by consumer using money e.g. cars, mobile phones, televisions, etc.
 
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A “Good” is any physical object or product which people or consumers can touch and feel, i.e. ‘Tangible Items’. They are usually manufactured or produced. These have to be bought by consumer using money e.g. cars, mobile phones, televisions etc.
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Latest revision as of 05:30, 20 June 2020


A good is any physical object or product which people or consumers can touch and feel, i.e. tangible items. They are usually manufactured or produced. These have to be bought by consumer using money e.g. cars, mobile phones, televisions, etc.

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