Supply Price

Supply Price

The price per unit for a good or service that justifies the production of a given amount of that good or service. If the market price falls below the supply price, production of the good or service will fall accordingly.
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6,982.00 without VAT Eligibility Criteria : Weighting: 60.00 - Criterion: Global supply price
The average supply price in the secondary housing market in Tashkent in October was 633 provisional units per square meter, having changed little, if at all compared with September (634) and August (631) prices, reads the review of the evaluation organization Credo Max Estimation, provided to Gazeta.uz.
The government has revised upward the gas supply price for CNG fuel stations by 40% to Rs980 per million British thermal units (mmbtu) from Rs700 earlier, according to the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority's notification.
FAS Cairo attributes this increase to an expansion of the total areas to be harvested, which will be driven by an increase in the government's supply price.
Pua said between January 2012 to December 2014, the manufacturer's raw sugar supply price was US$26 per 100lbs.
Fuller contends that the problem is that, unlike Keynes, I use the supply price of an alternative project to calculate the MEC of a specified project.
Trimel will be responsible for the manufacture of NATESTO and receive a tiered supply price for the product.
The review was ordered by farming deputy minister Rebecca Evans following recent milk price falls, with South Caernarfon Creameries among those dropping its supply price this month, by 2.25p/litre.
According to NASDAQ OMX Armenia, the average demand price was 405.51 AMD/$1, the average supply price was 405.60
STATE oil company Pertamina and state electricity company PLN have agreed at a fuel supply price for power plants by taking the cheapest and most efficient price.
Since March 2002 there has been no supply price regulation, the report says.
The supply executives differ in their forecasts of supply price growth in 2007.