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    The meaning of "size($)"

    • Market Analysis
    - Who are the customers of this product / range
    - What is the size ($) of this category in Australia
    - Who potentially would be our competitors with this product or will it be exclusive to Bunnings? (Other market information to support offer is welcome)



    From the context We can know the "size ($)" in red high light means "sales volume" or "maket share" or the like.

    However , I want to know whether the "$" itself has the meaning of "scale""quantity" ( like @ means "at" or "each unit" , "&" means "and")


    THANKS!

    Kevin

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    Re: The meaning of "size($)"

    No. It means money - in this case Australian Dollars. "What is the size of this market, expressed in ASD?"

    b


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    Re: The meaning of "size($)"

    Thank you!

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