unit pricing


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unit pricing

n.
The pricing of goods on the basis of cost per unit of measure.

unit pricing

n
(Commerce) a system of pricing foodstuffs, etc, in which the cost of a single unit is shown to enable shoppers to see the advantage of buying multipacks
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MINIMUM unit pricing for alcohol will be a major part of a wider package of measures to reduce the harms caused by excessive alcohol consumption in Wales, Health Secretary Vaughan Gething has said.
Robison said: "Minimum unit pricing will tackle the scourge of cheap, high-strength drink that causes so much damage to so many families and is going to save the lives of thousands of Scots."
They said: "For clarification, local authorities do not have powers to enforce minimum unit pricing on alcohol in England.
PLANS for minimum unit pricing for booze will be put on ice for up to two years, it was confirmed yesterday.
It has published two separate tender acts: The first, for $11.4 million, includes unit pricing for the supply, storage, transportation and delivery of medical and surgical products and supplies for the operating room of the hospital complex Dr, Arnulfo Arias, for a minimum period of 24 months.
Mr Browne said: "There has been much speculation about the Government's plans in relation to minimum unit pricing. That policy will remain under consideration, but it will not be proceeded with at this time.
The three types of information were: "(1) cost and fee information, including material, labor and overhead costs, as well as target costs, target profits and fixed fees; (2) component and configuration prices, including unit pricing and contract line item numbers (CLINS); and (3) technical and management information." (121) The contractor argued that the release of such specific information would lead to its competitors underbidding it in the future.
But Ray Mallon says he still believes the most effective way of reducing alcohol consumption is by a alcohol unit pricing scheme.
Many municipalities across the US have turned to unit pricing (also known as pay as you throw or pay by the bag) as a vehicle for reducing production of municipal solid waste, increasing recycling, and promoting equity in paying for the service.
A list of products subject to unit pricing might also be drawn up, along with a list of products exempted.
This paper estimates the effect of introducing unit pricing for municipal domestic waste collection and disposal in Christchurch.