General merchandise stores revolve around establishments primarily engaged in retailing a general line of merchandise. Includes department stores, mass merchandisers, shopping centres.

Examples of general merchandise as found in a retail stores: greeting cards, automotive products, bakeware, party supplies, candles, glassware, etc. - but in a broad sense can also include health and beauty care.
Ref: 120866/2006-10-03

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