price reduction


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Noun1.price reduction - the act of reducing the selling price of merchandiseprice reduction - the act of reducing the selling price of merchandise
reduction, step-down, diminution, decrease - the act of decreasing or reducing something
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In 2010, SWIFT's strategy called for a 30-50 per cent price reduction between 2010 and 2015, a goal the co-operative achieved at the high end of the commitment in 2014, one year ahead of schedule.
Giving details of the reduction, Dr Ameen Al Amiri, Assistant Undersecretary for Public Health Policy and the licensing sector, said: "The price reduction is an ongoing initiative of the ministry to provide affordable medicines to patients suffering from chronic lifestyle diseases such as diabetes, blood pressure, high cholestrol as well as those suffering from neurological diseases and viral disease and cancers too.
Al-Dwaihees told KUNA that price reduction are valid from June 3 up to three months.
The biggest price drops in nominal terms occurred in the San Francisco Bay Area, where the median price reduction was $38,000 in July.
Even if the buyer is not assuming any of these liabilities, to the extent that they might taint the practice, the buyer can and will use these problems to negotiate a price reduction or, in the extreme situation, withdraw from the transaction.
The overall average price reduction request went from 6.
If the discharge is treated as a purchase price reduction, the debtor generally reduces basis in the purchased property and does not recognize DOI income.
These price reductions and processor enhancements provide increased customer value while demonstrating Sun's commitment to delivering competitive price/performance x86 platform products," said Souheil Saliba, vice president of marketing for Sun's Volume Systems Products group.
Transplant OEMs continued to focus on cost reduction as opposed to price reduction, and they are given credit for working with their suppliers to drive cost out of the system.
The timing couldn't be worse for those foundries that already stomached the squeeze of mandated price reductions only to face an unforeseen peak in energy costs.
They are introducing a series of price reductions worth pounds 130million in a full year, making it the biggest-ever price-reduction package announced by them.
This type of price reduction should not be confused with the previously described defective data reduction.