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unit price

n
(Commerce) a price for foodstuffs, etc, stated or shown as the cost per unit, as per pound, per kilogram, per dozen, etc

unit price

The cost or price of an item of supply based on the unit of issue.
Translations

unit price

n (Industry) → prezzo unitario
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Last year, Welsh Governmentcommissioned research found that if a 50p minimum unit price was introduced it would be estimated to avoid 66 deaths and 1,281 hospital admissions per year.
The level of the minimum unit price would be specified in regulations made by the Welsh ministers.
Health Secretary Shona Robison is due to make a recommendation to MSPs on a minimum unit price next week following a consultation.
This includes a voluntary code to set a minimum unit price of 50p for all alcohol sold.
deg duisburger einkaufsgesellschaft mbh hereby writes for the purchasing community consisting of the city of duisburg, Wirtschaftsbetriebe duisburg-ar and duisburger versorgungs und verkehrsgesellschaft mbh as part of an open procedure according to vob / a: Framework contract for the execution of construction maintenance work on electrical equipment based on the unit price agreement (epa) 110 in urban real estate in the city of duisburg in the years 2018 to 2019 (and optional until 2021).
In case of paying the remaining 80% of the total unit price within 2 months after the public tender, 7% of the unit price will be deducted, according to Madbouly.
As many as 20 medics from across the North East's hospitals have put their name to the letter, including consultant gastroenterologists, physicians and hepatologists, saying "minimum unit price is needed, it's wanted and it works".
By introducing a single unit price for electricity and gas, consumers would be left in no doubt as to which suppliers were offering the best deals," (http://www.
In other words, judicial precedent is preventing the government from disclosing unit price information without contractor consent.
Unit price: In addition to an increase in business passenger demand and the shifting of resources to high profit routes, air fares were revised and the fuel surcharge was increased resulting in an increase in unit price of 9.
The Communication asks five questions: Should the derogation from compulsory indication of the unit price be maintained?
In terms of per-customer unit price, although the decrease in sales of fast-food shops drove down the average value, other types of shops and restaurants reported an increase.