U.S. Price

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U.S. Price

The price of a good or service in the United States, especially compared to its price in another country. That is, the U.S. price measures the purchasing power of a dollar. See also: Purchasing power parity.
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Microsoft Germany's CEO, Christian Illek, didn't give the Surface Pro's exact price in euros, but the number will be around the same as the U.
July 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Decision Resources, one of the world's leading research and advisory firms focusing on pharmaceutical and healthcare issues, finds that European prices of 170 best-selling drugs averaged 40 percent less than U.
Joe Carson, the doctor meeting with the seniors to reissue their prescriptions in Canada, says of U.
external deficits widen in 1993 will depend largely on the strength of the economic recovery in foreign industrial countries and on the effects of the recent appreciation of the weighted average value of the dollar on U.
In 2008, European prescription drug prices averaged just 61% of U.
Right now, low commodity prices, a strong dollar and the Asia crisis are pressuring U.
A convenient measure of price competitiveness is the real exchange value of the dollar, the ratio of U.
Automatic price increases for drugs in the United States have been the norm for years, but now relatively high drug prices in the United States have provoked widespread criticism, and the trend for steadily increasing U.
price competitiveness associated mostly with the depreciation of the dollar during the preceding three years but also with improvements in the performance of U.
The first IBO last October attracted about 2,000 potential buyers interested in oceanfront vacation, investment or retirement homes with excellent annual appreciation and at a fraction of U.
The first IBO last October attracted about 2,000 potential buyers interested in oceanfront vacation or retirement homes with solid annual appreciation and at a fraction of U.