incomes policy

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incomes policy

n
(Economics) See prices and incomes policy

incomes policy

A government policy of keeping wage increases under control in order to reduce or prevent inflation.
Translations

incomes policy

npolitica dei redditi
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0)/MWh, while wind and hydroelectric project developers will have to submit bids with a maximum price of 276 BRL ($83.
Based on its prospectus, Bermaz plans to sell 155 million in primary and secondary common shares at a maximum price of P8 per share.
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On a volunteer basis, starting tomorrow, the maximum price for the economy class domestic flights will be at TL 299.
Maybe they should also look at a maximum price a publican should be allowed to charge.
The plan offers national maximum price service options - PS119 for a minor service, and PS189 for a major service - as well as a maximum MOT price of PS35, reducing to PS30 when combined with a Motorcraft Service.
The state-regulated maximum price for wholesale electricity takes a big jump on Wednesday, but whether the cost of higher prices will be passed on to Texas consumers remains unclear.
Reliance, India's biggest company by market value, said it would buy back up to 120 million shares at a maximum price of Rs 870, its first share buyback since 2005 and the biggest ever in India.
The setting of the maximum price was made possible after long-awaited changes to the Auto Transport Act adopted in March which obliged the municipalities around the country to set a maximum price within a three-month period.
Fuel retailers in Cyprus decided on Monday to go on an indefinite strike as of Tuesday, in a reaction to a maximum price regulation announced earlier in the day.
Customers set a maximum price point, and then, they gain access to computing power when the going rate of processing time falls below that predetermined amount.

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