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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.
New for the latest update of the Global Cement Trade Price Report is a further expanded coverage of average selling prices for cement in key markets around the world.
The Global Cement Trade Price Report (GCTPR) is CW Researchs benchmark price assessment for monthly gray cement, white cement, clinker and granulated blast furnace slag prices and volumes.
Trade price reductions were tracked throughout the month by Black Book Live, CAP's real-time price trending tool.
A practice recently referred to by Fresh Cup magazine as "groundbreaking" (April 2003), Allegro has its prices audited biannually to ensure that it pays the same or better than the internationally recognized fair trade price for specialty coffee.
21 per pound higher than the internationally recognized fair trade price for specialty and organic coffee.