unit cost


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unit cost

n.
The cost per unit of a product.

unit cost

n
(Commerce) the actual cost of producing one article
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Noun1.unit cost - calculated cost for a given unit of a product
cost - the total spent for goods or services including money and time and labor
Translations

unit cost

n (Fin) → Stückkosten pl

unit cost

n (Industry) → costo unitario
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The report said the unit cost for pennies remained above face value for the ninth straight fiscal year.
The present economic competitiveness of nuclear power in Pakistan, led by the successful operation of two small nuclear power plants, C-1 and C-2 is quite evident from a comparison of unit cost of electricity from various sources in the country in the documents such as NEPRA annual reports".
The unit cost will be higher, and the total cost of care for the patient catheterized could be either higher or lower, but the total cost of care for the patient population will be lower because of the low use of the procedure for that group of patients, Butterly said.
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Under each of these core services, the clerks will propose specific services (developed by the Corporation in consultation with the Supreme Court, CFO, and House and Senate appropriations committees) along with a proposed unit cost.
In paying separately for technologies that are not new, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) generally sets prospective rates based on the average unit cost of the technologies across hospitals.
The Unit Cost Study is an annual project involving the direct participation of all public community colleges in Illinois.
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Build a financial model to capture all of this data and calculate a true "total cost" for each service on an annual, activity or unit cost basis, whichever is most appropriate.
There are generally two methods for estimating construction work: the unit cost method and the time and material method.
His simplistic plan exemplified basic accounting technique: He created a product unit cost for each item to be sold and priced all his menu selections at cost.