trade price


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trade price

the PRICE paid by a RETAILER to a WHOLESALER or PRODUCER for products which will be resold at a higher price. See MARKUP, DISCOUNT.
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Nonetheless, China continues to show strength as ex-works cement prices increased more than 4% QoQ, though they remain well below $40 per ton, said Stefana Abiculesei, CW Researchs lead analyst for the Global Cement Trade Price Report.
THE weather has turned gloomy and so has the atmosphere in used car trade prices.
The new 224 page Trade Price List covers one of the largest collection of products and services available in the marketplace.
Trading standards received hundreds of complaints about the quality of the products supplied by The Trade Price Group and delivery delays of up to ten months.
Vets visited the stables as scheduled to give Trade Price the snip yesterday morning.
Trade Price finally arrived back at Semple's stable at Carluke, Lanarkshire, at 3am, although his ordeal could have a silver lining for the trainer.