I've seen and been told that at least in my locality when a store or shop closes the stock of products which rests in it is sold off to other shopkeepers or sent back to the owner but this involves too much lowering of price than actual prices and sometimes owner has to suffer a loss. For instance there was a fireworks shop nearby which when winding up had no option but to distribute all the fireworks for free. It didn't make any sense to me. Why won't owners who are winding up simply put up their stock on an e-commerce website and same price with which they were supposed to sell? I might be missing any point or operation. Would be great if anyone could tell why this doesn't happen and would this work!?
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