What is manufacturing?
Manufacturing is a
Manufacturing allows businesses to get profits by selling finished products at a higher cost than the value of the raw materials used.
If you don’t want to manufacture products yourself, you can reach out to wholesalers or dropshippers that can supply you with products to sell.
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