prime costs


Related to prime costs: period costs
Translations

prime costs

pl (Comm) → Selbstkosten pl, → Gestehungskosten pl
References in classic literature ?
Of course we can't afford to take these structures down under a bonus of five hundred per cent upon the prime cost of our lot and plaster.
Rather, Dacia has simply put a price of PS500 on the extra spec, regardless of which model it's on, so a Sandero Laureate Prime costs PS9295.
Rather, Dacia has simply put a price of PS500 on the extra spec regardless of which model it's on so a Sandero Laureate Prime costs PS9,295.
A legal subscription to Orbit Showtime Network (OSN) costs BD32 a month for a Premier HD package, while OSN Pehla Prime costs BD14 a month.
Speeds are increasing, value-added services expand revenue sources, prime costs are being reduced, and many other aspects are being optimized.
At the same time activity-based costing--as a certain form of operation-based costing delivered more correct data on prime costs and margins.
After ascribing activities towards cost cells, assigning the indirect prime costs takes place.
One thing is clear and troubling--restaurant and lodging revenues are decreasing, and their prime costs, like food, labor and energy, are increasing.
For any professional club, including the very wealthy, having to buy ready-made footballers in their prime costs millions yet, as the best academies have proven, producing homegrown talent can be the difference between a financially stable club and one which lives on a perilous financial edge.
Optimization of the production and reduction of the prime costs are goals of the company as well," the Ministry concluded.
Table 1: Basic methodology of cost calculation for estimating Selling price Prime costs Cost of production (model for feature-oriented estimating) Material costs Manufacturing costs Production material Direct labor costs Material overhead cost Machine-dependent production (allowance proportional to overhead costs (feature-oriented) production material) Residual production overhead costs (allowance proportional to direct labor costs) Special direct costs of production Administration- and sales overhead costs (allowance proportional to production costs) Special direct selling costs Profit margin (as a percentage of prime costs)