Consumer goods include household appliances, cleaning products, food, furniture and electronics. The number of consumer goods is potentially infinite and growing, as any good that a person buys for household use or consu... More »

Primary consumers are animals that eat producers, and since producers are almost always green plants, primary consumers can most simply be defined as herbivores, such as cows and deer. "Consumer" and "producer," in this ... More »

Examples of consumer markets include financial services, consumer electronics, food and beverages, apparel and accessories, leisure and entertainment, and healthcare. These are markets in which buyers purchase products o... More »

Turkey's main exports are food, textiles, clothing, iron, steel, ships, consumer electronics, appliances and automotive goods. Turkey is defined as an emerging market economy by the International Monetary Fund. More »

Products made in Mexico include food, electronics, shoes, apparel, furniture, chemical products, automotive equipment and accessories, tools, toys and sporting goods. As of July 2006, Mexico was the number one partner wi... More »

Fungible goods include money, oil, bonds and unopened consumer items on store shelves, such as boxes of cereal, oatmeal and yogurt. Fungible goods classify as such if they have identical value and properties of other ite... More »

Some examples of capital goods, which are assets used to produce consumer goods and services, are machine tools, buildings, computers, baggage-handling systems, oil rigs and battleships. In the United States, the capital... More »