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Unavoidable Costs

Costs a company incurs regardless of the operational decisions it makes. Examples of unavoidable costs include rent, office supplies and some taxes.
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For years, many insisted that lowering emissions would stifle growth, and that high emissions were the unavoidable cost of progress.
Car hire is unfortunately a big, unavoidable cost - there are no car ferries to Norway these days and public transport is patchy, save a few set routes.
These risks should not be accepted as an unavoidable cost of the deal.
This will come from cuts to our grant, along with other unavoidable cost pressures such as wage inflation and the introduction of domestic food waste collection.
The cost of the crisis has been large, and painful but necessary measures have imposed an unavoidable cost on the population.
How an early employment termination affects the executive and the credit union will vary based upon the specific facts, but in our experience all involved parties will cooperate to avoid any financial loss, other than the unavoidable cost to the executive of losing future, unvested benefits.
At the same time, the council has to pay for unavoidable cost increases, due to inflation, changes in legislation, the changing needs of local people and financing costs.
Hospitals face different unavoidable cost constraints including regulatory factors, tax regimes, monitoring and performance management regimes as well as contractual arrangements,' said Street.
They are also said to have told customers by phone that they were entitled to free holidays when they were not free and required payments 'of more than the unavoidable cost.
Isn't credit risk just an unavoidable cost of doing business?