Basic Price

Basic Price

1. The price for a good or service, less any sales tax or VAT the buyer pays and plus any subsidy the seller receives. In other words, the basic price is what the seller collects for the sale, as opposed to what the buyer pays.

2. The price for a periodical. Newspapers and magazines have separate basic prices for single issues and for subscriptions. It is also called the basic rate.
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The basic price for the new 50-V two-channel Model GS820 is $9,490.
Instead, the CDRI would focus on collecting prices in provincial markets, with the aim of constructing a national price index as well as individual provincial basic price indices (Kannan 1995).
The basic price of the Airbus aircraft is approximately USD1.
The basic price index for domestic supply went up by 5.
5% off the basic price of any car is always going to be a real result and knowing you're not paying money to the taxman makes it especially sweet.
He listed four problem that remain outstanding: pricing; delivery point; project structure; and transit fees paid Pakistan The basic price was agreed on years ago, but Iran has since insisted on raising it.
IT'S bad enough that BT has increased its basic price by 50p and having to put up with at least two unwanted calls every day.
4 8v Petrol 75 for pounds 5,795: Normal basic price pounds 8,565.
As it stands now, individually paid circulation is broken out on the FAS-FAX and publisher's statement in two categories: copies sold at 50% or more of the basic price and copies sold between 25% and 50% of the basic price.
The price increases are mainly due to an increase inathe basic price.
In the second phase of PPAS, Goal Trading Asset Ltd offered to buy the assets at a price of 60% of the basic price set by IBRA.

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