U.S. Price

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U.S. Price

The price of a good or service in the United States, especially compared to its price in another country. That is, the U.S. price measures the purchasing power of a dollar. See also: Purchasing power parity.
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STELLARVUE 90-MM APO REFRACTORS US prices from $1,995.
PARKS ASTROLIGHT AZ6 AND AZ8 REFLECTORS US prices $799 and $999, respectively.
STELLARVUE F50 AND F80 FINDERS US prices from $119.
IMAGE PROCESSING FOR ASTROPHOTOGRAPHY (Online materials by Warren Keller and Peter Proulx) US prices from $29.
BURGESS OPTICAL/ TMB PLANETARY EYEPIECES US price $99.
SKY & TELESCOPE'S POCKET SKY ATLAS US price $19.
TMB-130 SIGNATURE SERIES APO REFRACTOR US price $3,790.
A GUIDE TO ASTROPHOTOGRAPHY WITH DSLR CAMERAS (CD-ROM book by Jerry Lodriguss) US price $39.
The European price in the North Sea trading hub, Brent, which is considered a reliable benchmark for US prices, normally trades between $1.
They buy at low Canadian prices and sell to Americans at slightly below the higher US prices, pocketing the difference because they know that drug makers can't do anything to stop them.
On behalf of plaintiff Suzette Lyons, Lieff, Cabraser sued Toys 'R' Us in May of 1996 under California law for allegedly conspiring since 1989 to withhold popular toys from low margin warehouse clubs that undercut Toys 'R' Us prices.
Comeau said, "From the start of negotiations we have been telling DEVCO that they needed to offer us prices that were more competitive and in line with market prices.