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List Price

The advertised price for a good or service. It is common for a seller to reduce the list price or at least to permit negotiation, especially for large items such as houses and automobiles.

list price

the published PRICE of a good or service. The actual price paid by the buyer is often lower than this because suppliers are prepared to offer trade discounts for BULK BUYING.

list price

the published PRICE of a good or service. The actual price paid by the buyer is often less than this because suppliers are prepared to offer cash and trade DISCOUNTS. Many suppliers specify RECOMMENDED RETAIL PRICES for their products, but again the actual price paid can be much less than that recommended, depending upon the strength of retail competition. See BULK-BUYING.
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The price cuts start with the Savvy Style, which loses pounds 750 from the list price for both the manual and automatic models.
List price inflation has been highest in the upper-medium sector with prices rising by 2.
The greatest list price fall of all was on the Seat Toledo 1.
I don't expect to see many more properties sold at $50,000 over the list price like just a few months ago.
The company has made a last-minute request to journalists to forget the hefty list price it has been quoting for the first Windows-powered NAS filer it launched this week - a request made so late that it came in after ComputerWire went to press with the launch story.
Baosteel Stainless will reduce its list prices of 304 grade cold rolled and hot rolled coils by 2.
The average list price within the Golf range in March this year was pounds 16,776, a pounds 2,607 price increase of 10.