cost price


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cost price

n (Brit) → prezzo all'ingrosso
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But, my dear president," said the major, "is not the cost price of aluminum extremely high?
This man not only came out, but he brought with him seven hundred and fifty dollars in gold sovereigns--the money price of eight years and a half of labor plus the cost price of certain rifles and cases of tobacco.
The cost price for the coach travel is PS23 per person for Bournemouth, PS14 per person for Middlesbrough and PS18 per person for Sunderland.
Mr Calverley sold the equipment to the climbers at cost price, and also contracted the manufacturers who also waived their profits.
If we have a cost price of 650 hryvnia per ton (about $65/mt) without VAT, the price will be raised to 1,100 hryvnia per ton (about $85), then the balance will be at the price of buying this coal," he said, adding that "it will still be cheaper than buying it from abroad the way we do now.
It's a nice initiative from Al Meera management to offer items at cost price during the holy month," said an Asian expatriate while shopping at Najma branch of Al Meera.
A 2008 watchdog review found six out of seven major supermarkets were selling alcohol below cost price - a total of 220.
Panda stores also decided to sell chicken at cost price until the end of 2012.
Setting the minimum alcohol price at below cost price will not deter binge drinkers, as very little alcohol on sale will actually have to increase in price.
Stocks of all the OMCs have tanked by almost a-third in the last six months on mounting under-recoveries for selling petroleum products below the cost price.
The Government's ban will see cost price defined as just duty plus VAT - but brewers want commodity price rises to be factored in as well.
But the move will see cost price defined as just duty plus VAT and will have little if any impact on cut-price supermarket deals, campaigners said.