unit price


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unit price

a price for foodstuffs, etc., stated or shown as the cost per unit, as per pound, per kilogram, per dozen, etc.

unit price

An amount stated in a contract as the price per unit of measurement for materials or services as described in the contract documents.
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It was announced last month that plans for a minimum unit price for alcohol were being shelved.
Before arriving at the argument for changing the FOIA, however, the paper first starts by examining what makes a unit price and how contractors use the current language of FOIA to both obtain unit prices and defend them from disclosure.
Finally, the Commission is considering removing provisions whereby unit prices must be clearly indicated in all advertising specifying a product's selling price.
While Van Houtven (1999) found that mixed waste collected at the kerbside fell by 50% following the introduction of a bag programme, most other studies report much smaller reductions (Nestor and Podolsky, 1998; Hong, 1999), with Hong even reporting that increases in the unit price had no significant impact on waste.
It is common practice for UK businesses to show a unit price for the goods they are providing as well as a total sales amount, so this is unlikely to cause them many problems,' said Mr Simmonds.
As a result, significant variation exists in many aspects of unit price presentation (positioning, size, color, font style, etc.
PLANS to introduce a minimum unit price on alcohol in Wales could have unintended consequences and drive heavy drinkers towards illegal substances, an Assembly report has claimed.
Research has shown that a minimum unit price of 50p would cut alcohol-related deaths by 392 and hospital admissions by 8254 over the first five years of its operation, which is why I'm convinced this is absolutely the right thing to do.
Seven justices gave their backing to the introduction of a minimum unit price in Scotland in a decision described as "historic and far-reaching".
lot 1 eur 406 942,15 (excluding vat); 492 400 eur (vat included) unit price 20 347,11 eur (vat excluded), 24 620 eur (vat included) - lot 2 eur 407 438,02 (excluding vat); Eur 493 000 (vat included).
According to the report from IME international affairs and PR, 220 MT of ammoniac with the unit price of 10,709 IRR was traded in the oil and petrochemical trading floor.