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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The aim for the local authorities, therefore, is to have a total cost equivalent to that of existing standard diesel buses.
The distinctive span, now considered a symbol of London, needed 70,000 tons of concrete for the two massive piers and 11,000 tons of steel, at a cost equivalent to PS132 million today.
Jelmer further notes that in 2019, young urban professionals have an estimate monthly savings of Php 10,500 in commuting cost equivalent to 5-9 days in a month worth of earnings after shifting to co-living set-up.
Jelmer further notes that in 2019, young urban professionals have an estimated monthly savings of Php 10,500 in commuting cost equivalent to 5-9 days in a month worth of earnings after shifting to co-living set-up.
The new technique, he added, is characterized by cheaper storage cost equivalent to 1 per cent of that of batteries used in storing energy.
The ENR announced in April a project to renovate the country ' s old railway system by 2022, at a total cost equivalent to over e1/42.6bn, cited the Egyptian railway chief, adding that the deal would contribute to improving the operating efficiency of Egypt ' s railways, especially with its current aging fleet of passenger carriages.
As a result, 356 days were lost as the bobbies recovered from their injuries with a cost equivalent to around PS65,000 sick pay.
Seang Thai, a spokesman for the Ministry of Commerce, told The Post in December that Cambodia imported about 1.19 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.
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.
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