Rochdale principles

plural noun Roch·dale principles \ˈrächˌdāl-\

Definition of Rochdale principles

  1. :  a system of cooperative marketing in which no credit is given and all profits are distributed among the customers

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Origin and Etymology of rochdale principles

from Rochdale, city in northwest England where such cooperative marketing was begun in 1844


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