price floor

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Noun1.price floor - floor below which prices are not allowed to fall; "the government used price supports to maintain the price floor"
floor, base - a lower limit; "the government established a wage floor"
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The LTA said in its report that 'price floors are a win win situation for all sides' it means increase revenue for the mobile companies and revenue for the government and increase access and quality service for subscribers.
INTERNATIONAL POLICY EXPERIENCE WITH CARBON PRICE FLOORS (AND CEILINGS)
However, that will not happen if price floors and tariffs are put in place.
20 -- The iron ore industry has faced a turbulent time during 2011 and 2012, with the disruption of supplies from India, concerns over slowing economic growth in China, and the effects of large stockpiles forcing the price of iron ore through a series of supposed "price floors".
The TRA therefore proposes to establish minimum price floors for wholesale international inbound services supplied by licensed operators in Bahrain to GCC operators.
The Authority therefore proposes to establish minimum price floors for wholesale international inbound services supplied by Licensed Operators in Bahrain to GCC operators.
Last week it said the country could still be removed from the index if trading was frequently interrupted or restricted by price floors.
But also aiding the effort are the price floors that protect season ticket holders from any potential price deflation.
Basically they're finding their own price floors, or the price at which they no longer want to sell their properties.
The movement has always aroused suspicion on the right, where free traders object to its price floors and anti-globalization rhetoric.
The Competition Directorate-General is also concerned that price floors protect less efficient competitors and prevent efficient ones from competing on price.
To prevent this, issuers need to set conversion caps and price floors to limit the lowest level of an exercise price.