White label

Lithuanian translation: produktai, nepažymėti prekės ženklu

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English term or phrase:White label
Lithuanian translation:produktai, nepažymėti prekės ženklu
Entered by: Karolis Butkevicius

02:36 Nov 25, 2006
English to Lithuanian translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Business/Commerce (general)
English term or phrase: White label
produktai parduodami peerpardavimui su pirkejo prekiniu zenklu. Ar yra koks nors trumpas lietuviskas terminas?

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Karolis Butkevicius
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Explanation:
1. Белая метка (White label): http://www.ac-markets.com/ru/partnership.asp

2. Difference in prices are greater for generic branded and [white label products] --->.
Kainų skirtumas yra dar didesnis bendrosios paskirties produktams, [nepažymėtiems prekės ženklais]. (Eur-lex, doc. nr.:52005IE0381)
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white label
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Explanation:
1. Белая метка (White label): http://www.ac-markets.com/ru/partnership.asp

2. Difference in prices are greater for generic branded and [white label products] --->.
Kainų skirtumas yra dar didesnis bendrosios paskirties produktams, [nepažymėtiems prekės ženklais]. (Eur-lex, doc. nr.:52005IE0381)


Marius Reika
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