flat cost

flat cost

The cost of materials and labor without overhead or profit.
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In the last year, a flat cost PS564,000 on average compared to PS1.1m for a terrace, according to Savills and Land Registry data.
We have maintained a relatively flat cost structure across the past five quarters while growing full-year revenue 43 percent year-over-year, with 100 percent of our incremental Q4 revenue flowing through to our bottom line...
Ms Forbes said it was tempting to put off any increase while enjoying the flat cost of living, higher wages and strong economic growth, but compared this to the dangers of sunbathing.
Ms Forbes, writing in the Daily Telegraph, said it was tempting to put off any increase while enjoying the flat cost of living, higher wages and strong economic growth, but compared this to the dangers of sunbathing.
Combined with flat cost of sales, this resulted in a significant increase in net profit after minority interests.
South High coach Pat Williams said coming out flat cost the Colonels the game, but he was happy with what he saw from his squad the rest of the way.
She bought a 60 per cent share in the 1960s ex-local authority property in 2004 when the flat cost pounds 129,000.
The employers had been seeking a "flat cost agreement," says Mark Murray of Wong & Murray, a public relations company in Walnut Creek, Calif, that is representing the three chains.
It remained held back, however, by broadly flat cost of sales and a GBP287,000 exceptional charge.