Surcharge

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Surcharge

An additional levy added to some charge.

Surcharge

An additional fee one must pay over and above some other fee. For example, one may be required to pay a surcharge for a late payment, or for using a service under unusual circumstances.
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During hearing, the Anwar Kamal Law Associates and APTMA contested the decision of continuation of surcharges on the consumers and termed it unjustified.
LAHORE -- The federal government on Friday, decided to carry on with electricity surcharge of Rs2.
The financing cost and NJ surcharges would remain flat at 43 paisa and 10 paisa per unit, respectively, for all consumers while the tariff rationalisation surcharge, with an average of Rs1.
The surcharges levied in 2015 included the tariff rationalisation surcharge at Rs1.
Its very important when merchants are going to surcharge that they are aware of the state laws and statutes and the card network rules," said Dean Middleton, president of United TranzActions.
Last week, the Lahore High Court had set aside the levying of equalization surcharge and debt servicing surcharge but the government convened a meeting of the Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) and imposed the two new surcharge, thus sending inflated bills to consumers.
The one positive aspect of surcharges is that they don't usually vary across trade lanes.
Surcharges for shipments from the US to Korea and Japan, as well as from Korea and Japan to the US, will also decrease to USD1.
The Surface Transportation Board also is proceeding with a proposal to monitor the fuel surcharge practices of the rail industry by imposing mandatory reporting requirements on all large railroads.
Asked where the trucking industry would be without fuel surcharges, trucking analyst Donald Broughton of A.
For Roadway, fuel surcharges do not stop with the military.
Applying a first-time energy surcharge may be a precarious decision for some, especially when available capacity rates and the threat of imports are not exactly working in foundries' favor.