Definition updated on November 2023

What is a Bazaar in commerce?

A Bazaar is a large, often enclosed marketplace where a variety of goods and services are traded. Originating in the Middle East, bazaars are synonymous with a network of vendors and stalls, bustling with negotiation and commerce, offering everything from daily necessities to luxurious goods.

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