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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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By: Egypt Today staff CAIRO -- 3 July 2017: The Egyptian government decreased the value of energy subsidies to 40 percent of the real costs on Thursday as a step toward removing them altogether as part of the state's economic reforms program.
The Living Wage that meets the real costs of living is reviewed every year using the best evidence about living standards in the UK.
The new simplified reimbursement model no longer covers indirect real costs of research projects but proposes reimbursing them at a rate of 20% of direct costs.
Levin: China must face "real costs" over hacking Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Carl Levin, D-Mich., says the U.S.
They believe $2,600 set by the Mufti's Office as a sum for peformance of hajj is overstated, since they say the real costs won't exceed $2,000-2,100.
The company said that the rating would help customers understand the real costs involved in the use of credit cards.
She asked: "When are we going to get real about the real costs of alcohol harm to this country?" The group added booze-fuelled public order and other crime costs the state a further EUR1.2billion - a bill to each taxpayer of around EUR3,318.
The Agency for Electronic Communications said that because of the new way of calculating real costs, fixed telephony rates can be expected to drop.
Mr Brown told the Gazette's sister paper, The Journal, that his claims were "not unreasonable" and reflected real costs which he had incurred.
Melaver (CEO and vice president, Melaber, Inc.) and Mueller (editor and writer) present their financial case for sustainable real estate and a variety of data into the real costs and benefits of green building.
So I accept that using the real costs of motoring is more useful for lifestyle decisions, using the full annual expenditure on running the vehicle as well as finance and depreciation, to calculate the cost per mile.
This latest hike of 10 per cent will push the ID card scheme to more than pounds 100 if it's ever introduced - and that's before the real costs and blunders are revealed.