2. Noun. (Europe) infomercials ¹
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Definition of Teleshopping
1. teleshop [v] - See also: teleshop
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Literary usage of Teleshopping
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1. Key Issues for Transport Beyond 2000: Introductory Reports and Summary of by Ecmt, (Paris) European Conference of Ministers, SourceOECD (Online service) (2002)
"Electronic commerce encompasses purchasing (teleshopping), ... A mere 0.03 per cent of retail turnover in Germany was earned in the teleshopping ..."
2. Guaranteed Electronic Markets: The Backbone of a Twenty-first Century Economy? by Wingham Rowan (1997)
"The future of teleshopping: can it succeed? For retailers, teleshopping promises advantages that are hard to ignore. Outgoings on property are slashed as ..."
3. Transport and Spatial Policies: Held in Paris on the 7th-8th November 2002 by ECMT Staff (2004)
"One study of teleshopping from pre-Internet days asked survey participants about their last purchase from a catalogue and what they would have done had they ..."
4. The Future of Food: Long-Term Prospects for the Agro-Food Sector by OECD Staff (1998)
"Many experts also see "teleshopping" for retail sales in general and for food ... teleshopping in food and drink is certainly a window of opportunity for ..."
5. Road Travel Demand: Meeting the Challenge by OECD Staff (2002)
"Hence, teleshopping is considered a subset of e- commerce, ... teleshopping can reduce consumers' travel demand through the promotion and delivery of online ..."
6. New Technology and Its Impact on Educational Buildings by Programme on Educational Building (1992)
"... (dependent on computerised stock control and "just-in-time" delivery of goods) and also to "teleshopping" — purchasing from electronic catalogues. ..."
7. Gender and the Information Revolution in Africa by Eva-Maria Rathgeber, Edith Ofwona Adera (2000)
"... citizens access to the Internet, e-mail and teleshopping." So far, five prototype terminals have appeared in post offices, supermarkets, ..."