cost-plus


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cost-plus

(kôst′plŭs′)
n.
The cost of production plus a fixed rate of profit.

cost′-plus′ adj.

cost-plus

n
(Commerce)
a. a method of establishing a selling price in which an agreed percentage is added to the cost price to cover profit
b. (as modifier): cost-plus pricing.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.cost-plus - determining payment based on the actual cost of production plus an agreed-upon fee or rate of profit; "a cost-plus government contract"
indeterminate, undetermined - not precisely determined or established; not fixed or known in advance; "of indeterminate age"; "a zillion is a large indeterminate number"; "an indeterminate point of law"; "the influence of environment is indeterminate"; "an indeterminate future"
Translations

cost-plus

[ˌkɒstˈplʌs] N (Comm) → precio m de coste más beneficio
on a cost-plus basisa base de precio de coste más beneficio
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Cost-plus contracts allow the government and contractor to share risk by giving the government the option to continue funding a weapon program above a contractor's initial estimate.
In order to pay the local expenses, a cost-plus arrangement is often used.
Suppose also that the comany has used a transfer pricing methodology whereby the parent company transfers product manufactured by it to the subsidiary at its production cost-plus 5 percent.