Cost Equivalent

Cost Equivalent

In inventories, an estimation of the cost for older items in inventory calculated when the actual records are unavailable.
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19 million tonnes of cement in 2016 at a cost equivalent of $85 million.
If we take into account current subsidy regimes, then EVs are already close to total cost equivalent with ICE in 2018, and if costs continue to decline then the subsidies could gradually be phased out to 2023 when EVs break even without subsidies.
the figures requested will be anonymised with an average taken and used as a cost equivalent for services provided within a durham based erdf project
As a result, 356 days were lost as officers recovered from their injuries - at a cost equivalent to around PS65,000 sick pay.
As of 31 December2016, its container fleet comprised 1,160,336 cost equivalent units; and an owned fleet of 6,459 rail cars in North America.
The new SoC includes a 3D graphics core that enables high- performance human-machine interface (HMI) and realizes significantly reduced system development cost equivalent to those of existing 2D cluster systems.
Of course, there are many alternative scenarios along these lines that are roughly cost equivalent to filing a single international PCT patent application and/or U.
Today, the kingdom imports around 96 per cent of its energy at a cost equivalent to 20 per cent of its national GDP (gross domestic product).
50 per sq ft and a capital value cost equivalent to approximately GBP 75 per sq ft.
Flying at supersonic cruising speed, the Spike S-512 will cut the flight time by half at the cost equivalent to a business class seat.
Jordan imports around 96% of its energy needs at a cost equivalent to 20% of the country's GDP.
But Pete's dog imposes a cost equivalent to P400 on Ed, who suffers an allergic reaction in the presence of dogs.
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