trade discount


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trade discount

n.
A discount on the list price granted by a manufacturer or wholesaler to buyers in the same trade.

trade discount

n
(Commerce) a sum or percentage deducted from the list price of a commodity allowed by a manufacturer, distributor, or wholesaler to a retailer or by one enterprise to another in the same trade

trade′ dis`count


n.
a discount given by a manufacturer or wholesaler to a retailer.
[1900–05]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.trade discount - a discount from the list price of a commodity allowed by a manufacturer or wholesaler to a merchanttrade discount - a discount from the list price of a commodity allowed by a manufacturer or wholesaler to a merchant
deduction, discount - an amount or percentage deducted
Translations

trade discount

nsconto sul listino (fatto al commerciante)
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Specification the contracting authority reserves the right to make an additional application within 10% of the value of the op contract at a single value from which the trade discount is deducted from the catalog of the contractor / producer who bid the contractor in its price offer.
Supplied frozen, the whole tart can be defrosted within the refrigerator for eight hours, or defrost a single portion in two to three hours for complete flexibility The list price, subject to the customer's agreed trade discount.
It stated that two new edicts are under review by the Legislation and Legal Opinion Commission to regulate trade discount sales and business promotional campaigns.
The panel announced that two new ministerial edicts are under review at the Commission of Legislation and Legal Opinion to regulate trade discount sales and business promotional campaigns.
The court heard how customers were drawn in by Jenkins' competitive prices and claims his firms, Pro-Fit Builders and XL Builders and Trade Bookers, could secure trade discount.
Despite the requirement of the regulation to reduce invoice price by the amount of trade discounts, taxpayers often inventory their purchased merchandise at its gross purchase price and then report the trade discount as income when it is earned.
If the allowances are properly treated as a trade discount, then the issue becomes whether the allowances should reduce the cost of all merchandise purchased from the vendor or only the cost of the defective merchandise.
15% off excludes gift cards, installation, delivery charges, tradepoint, trade discount card and internet - diy.
If the pump is beyond repair Fluidex will give a trade discount for the scrap pump against a new Sandpiper diaphragm pump.
The IRS now says that it will treat an advance as a trade discount if several conditions are met:
The most common trade promotion offered is a temporary reduction in the manufacturer's price, a trade discount.
However, she told the jury how Asiedu used a "Sally's Card" to obtain the trade discount of more than two-thirds off.