BARGAIN LÀ GÌ

The sales had started and the bargain hunters (= people looking for things at a low price) were out in force.

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an agreement between two people or groups in which each promises to lớn vày something in exchange for something else:
to lớn try to lớn make someone agree to give you something that is better for you, such as a better price or better working conditions:
an agreement between two people or groups in which each promises khổng lồ vị something in exchange for something else:
an agreement between two people or groups in which each promises to bởi vì something in exchange for something else:
strike a bargain They felt that the offer was too low but after some negotiation they eventually struông xã a bargain.
to lớn discuss something with somebody, for example a price or a rate of pay, in order lớn get an agreement that is of advantage to you:
Because of this strategic time-inconsistency, rational, self-interested agents are unlikely to profit from mutually advantageous bargains.
In some industries bargains between employers and employed are made in one room for many counties together.
To the extent that both husbands and wives are rational egoists, the answer is supplied by bargaining theory.
Often this was presented as an economic approach, in contrast to the political approach of bargaining with labour.
The degree of enforceability depends on the capathành phố of bargaining agents lớn implement their agreements.
Enforceable agreements presuppose that bargaining agents control most strike and lockout funds, & can impose fines for non-compliance (particularly important on the employer side).
At any màn chơi of bargaining, the smaller the number of bargaining agents, và the more uneven their kích cỡ, the higher the degree of centralization.
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