Retail price

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Retail price

The total price charged for a product sold to a customer, which includes the manufacturer's cost plus a retail markup.

Retail Price

The price the end user of a product pays. That is, if one buys a vacuum in order to use it instead of to sell it to another store, one likely pays the retail price. The retail price includes all expenses the retailer incurs, plus a mark-up.
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But it said the average is unlikely to top the August high within this month, since retail prices dropped on fierce competition in some regions.
The permanent retail price of identical units prevailing on the first day of the tax year (with or without an artificial markdown);
com retail price index, Poland experienced the greatest increase in prices, which rose by 10.
When the wholesale price has come down 42 cents, there would be something wrong if the retail price didn't come down,'' Keese said in an interview Thursday.
Last October, both governments submitted a set of recommendations to each other: In the telecom sector, the US asked Japan to assure that fixed-line carriers get the right to set the retail price when their customers call customers of NTT DoCoMo.
Kathmandu is a collection of transitional, Savonnerie and wild life motifs with retail prices starting at $1,199.
On a comparably-equipped basis, the average suggested retail price of the 1995 model is 1.
Second, the retail prices for Choice beef and pork are based on a mix of cuts that an animal can produce, not on the mix that grocery stores actually sell.
The soaring retail prices came after oil distributors raised their wholesale prices by around 5 yen per liter for April against March.
We have to remember that they are skewing the numbers to make it look like consumers are paying way too much when (the) CDFA does not control the retail price of milk,'' said spokesman Oscar Hidalgo.
Finally, since the taxpayer did in fact sell four-day-old bread at the usual retail price, it should be entitled to a deduction based on that retail price.
This title is planned for release on floppy diskette at an estimated retail price of $69.