Shut-Down Price

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Shut-Down Price

The price of a product below which it is cheaper for a company not to make the product than to continue to sell it. That is, the shut-down price is the price at which the company will begin to lose money for making the product.
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Clearly, as soon as a drilling operation is shut down costs escalate, so it's a top priority to get the fishing tool ground to specification, down the bore hole to retrieve the damaged or lost equipment with some urgency so drilling can continue.
Oxfam GB spokesman Alun McDonald said Sudan took around Au5 million ($8.5 million) -- more than Au2 million in assets and nearly Au3 million in redundancies and shut down costs. Sudanese state minister for humanitarian affairs, Abdel Baqi Al-Jailani told Reuters they had acted within regulations.