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List three pros to the practice of markdowns and markups.
3 Pros for markdown: - it attracts customer - sales may grow - clearance for old items/products/services * while Pros for markups -increase and revenue/net sales -increase value of the item but cons are more dominant here since buyers/customer may [ think its more expensive than the original price. ]
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