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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Tenders are invited for procurement of computer hardware and other items under fixed price system for tsts for apple products
Fees work on a simple, fixed price system which offers complete clarity.
Thanks to a fixed price system, Kaymu guarantees that users will always find the lowest prices on the market.
Muscat: Doing away with the fixed price system for tickets, the theatre owners are now adopting flexible pricing for different shows across the day to attract more moviegoers.
DCG is trying to solve this issue, perhaps if all the shops followed a fixed price system, then at least everyone could maintain the same margins.
In the same interview, I was informed that some sources are after changing the structure of the oil market and I said yes, let us go back to the fixed price system where oil prices can change by factors of inflation and the value of the dollar every now and then as Opec tried so hard to achieve in the 1970s to no avail.
Pakistan is one of the very few countries left in the world where a fixed price system still exists.
This principle prompted Germany publishers involved in the "Sammelrevers" fixed price system to notify a modified version of their agreement to the Commission in March 2000.
Electronic commerce allows sites based in countries that do not apply the fixed price system to get around national rules and to distort competition to the detriment of national distribution networks.
In France, is it governed by the Lang Act; Belgium replaced the system in 1984 with a "recommended retail price"; Luxembourg also makes a provision for voluntary agreement: the United Kingdom gave up its Net Book Agreements in 1995; Denmark has a fixed price system that covers a book's first year of publication and the following year; Finland abolished the system in 1971; Greece launched a fixed price system in March 1996; Spain adopted an Act in 1990; Sweden deregulated the book industry in1970.