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Department stores and hypermarkets




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The success of department stores is due to the large of goods at . prices, and to the fact that no direct is put on the customers to buy anything. As the name suggests, the shop is divided into a number of sections, each selling a particular type of merchandise. A department store also usually offers a spectrum of services and
such as lifts, , toilets, car parks and cafeterias or restaurants.
Hypermarkets are very large supermarkets which are away from the town centres. The customer usually takes a basket or a and buys goods by the self-service method. The goods are paid for at the .
Because they are large and often have many , both department stores and hypermarkets are able to buy in and thus offer goods to the shopper at very favourable prices.