Real Cost

Real Cost

1. The total cost of a product after considering all ancillary costs, including opportunity costs.

2. The cost after considering inflation. See also: Real.
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Labour called on Transport ministers to come clean on the real cost of HS2 months ago and they refused to do so.
The failure of the funded projects is also due to the underestimation of the real cost of the projects by entrepreneurs and the use of unrealistic market studies in addition to the low level of equity.
The new program, called "The Real Cost" Youth E-Cigarette Prevention Campaign, is targeted at the nearly 11 million at-risk teens, aged 12 to 17.
The analyst notes that cost savings have emerged as the "killer app" for artificial intelligence, and large enterprise interest in migrating back-office apps to cloud has been slow, but is picking up, conversational AI and bot activity is yielding real cost savings.
In August, FDA announced it would expand its The Real Cost public education campaign to deliver messages on e-cigarettes beginning in 2018.
"The Living Wage pays both our staff and also our suppliers' employees, like cleaners for instance, at the real cost of living, not just the minimum wage.
This report describes the association between the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA's) first national tobacco public education campaign, The Real Cost, and rates of smoking initiation among youths in the United States from 2014 to 2016.
The First Minister yesterday urged more employers to sign up to the voluntary scheme, which aims to meet the real cost of living.
By creating an algorithm that combines artificial intelligence with user experience, Biz Airlines is able to produce a real cost value that compares the actual flight cost to the real cost of the entire business trip and potential time wasted.
It yesterday launched its annual Guide to House Rebuilding Costs which shows the real cost of rebuilding houses across the country.
New Delhi: Indian Railways has started printing the subsidy "burden" it is bearing in the train tickets to make passengers aware of the "real cost" involved in the travel.
It is negligence which causes the real cost to taxpayers in unnecessary pain and suffering.