Local markets, ie markets where buyers and sellers come from the local area and marketing the product range includes only locally around the market.
Regional markets, ie markets where buyers and sellers from a particular area and coverage area limited to marketing its products and regions.
National markets, ie markets where buyers and sellers come from several regions within a country and the marketing of its product range includes areas within a country.
International markets, ie markets where buyers and sellers come from several countries and marketing its product range covers the whole world.
Consumer goods markets, ie markets that provide or trade in consumer goods, both for direct consumption or for consumption indirectly.
Market production resources, namely the market that provide or traded factors of production.
Perfect competition, ie the market where many buyers and many sellers who trade in goods that are homogeneous.
Market competition is not perfect, ie the market where the balance of power between buyers and sellers are not equally numerous and usually between buyers and sellers lack of freedom in determining the price of supply and demand because there is no standard price.
Daily market, namely the market place every day. Usually the goods sold in the form of consumption goods, raw materials and production equipment. Daily Markets are usually found in areas that are densely populated.
Weekly market, a market that is held once every week or once a week. Weekly market in addition to usually found in densely populated areas that have not been this kind of market is also widely spread in the remote villages in Indonesia.
Monthly markets, namely the market held every month in specific areas. Visitors to the merchant market only certain goods and the buyers were generally traders who buy goods for resale.
The annual market, the market held once a year. This market there is a national and international, and held in the towns commercial center.