Downmarket


Downmarket
Down|mar|ket 〈[dn-] m.; -s; unz.; Wirtsch.〉 Handelsbereich von Waren mit eher niedrigem Preis- u. Qualitätsniveau; Ggs Upmarket ● für den \Downmarket produzieren [engl.]

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