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Convenience and Comparison Goods

The expression Convenience Goods means food and non-alcoholic beverages, tobacco, alcoholic beverages, newspapers and periodicals and non-durable household goods.

The expression Comparison Goods means any other goods, including clothing, shoes, furniture, household appliances, tools, medical goods, games and toys, books and stationery, jewellery and otherpersonal effects.

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