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cost price

a PRICE for a product which just covers its production and distribution COSTS with no PROFIT MARGIN added.

cost price

a PRICE for a product that just covers its production and distribution COSTS with no PROFIT MARGIN added.
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In addition to the 36 selected stores, Al Meera branches in residential complexes 1 and 2 in Thakhira, Beverly Hills 3, Kaaban and Sealine will provide shoppers with cost price offers on the maximum number of consumer goods possible, as permissible by the stores' space constraints.
THE owner of the oldest garage in Europe has done his bit to help drivers angry at fuel price rises by selling his petrol at cost price.
* REGARDING the study saying a ban on the sale of alcohol below cost price will have a "limited impact" on overall alcohol pricing.
MUMBAI -- The heads of stateowned oil marketing companies (OMCs) find themselves in fix when it comes to answering the minority shareholders and the federal auditor about $1 billion projected losses on sale of petrol below cost price. The firms will have to book losses as the government will not compensate them with petrol being a de-regulated product.
The sale price corresponds to the original cost price. The vendor, however, said that in 2011 it managed to record an accounting profit of 20% on the amortised cost as the investment was slightly written off at the end of 2010.
This is your chance to acquire over $250k worth of inventory (cost price not retail) for a fraction of the cost.
welshnews@dailypost.co.uk THE Government's watered-down plans to ban the sale of alcohol below cost price will not resolve the problem of binge-drinking, campaigners said yesterday.
The latest move would see cost price defined as just duty plus VAT.
But the much-touted move will see cost price defined as just duty plus VAT and will have little if any impact on cut-price supermarket deals, campaigners said.
"Hybrid development is a part of IKCO's approach toward modern technology to reduce fossil fuel use," IKCO Chief Executive Officer Javad Najmeddin said."Reducing products fuel consumption, increasing localization of parts and lowering the cost price of products form IKCO's all-important approaches to be pursued more seriously, following the national Targeted Subsidies Plan," Najmeddin added.He also said that gaining more market share and entering new markets to satisfy future needs are some of IKCO's goals that the company manages to achieve through reduction of fuel consumption and cost price of products.
A Tr e a s u r y p a p e r recommended banning the sale of alcohol below cost price.
In the meeting proposal would be presented regarding increase in cost price of wheat by Rs 1000 per mond.