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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Finally, certain member states have gone beyond the derogations proposed for unit prices, applying specific exemptions which, according to the Commission, are not legitimate.
(2003) found that the level of unit price had little if any effect on recycling participation, highlighting that the outcome of unit-pricing programmes can not be taken as given.
'What they will need to review carefully is the unit price they show for the supply of services, as Customs and Excise have indicated that they expect to see an hourly rate or a rate for the job on all VAT sales invoices.'
* 80GB Ultra ATA 100: $250 (unit price), $1.56 (ASP$/GB)
The majority of the academic research exploring unit pricing is descriptive of business environments during the introductory years or shortly thereafter and describes the levels of consumer awareness and usage of unit price information (Friedman, 1971; Lamont, Rothe, and Slater, 1972; McCullough and Padberg, 1971).
The Welsh Government is proposing a 50p minimum unit price
The report adds, in the export trading floor, total volume of 2,800 MT of 6070 bitumen was traded with the unit prices of 610, 580 and 560 USD/MT which was offered by 3 different local producers.
The Home Office has insisted that a minimum unit price for alcohol will remain a policy under consideration, but won't be taken forward at this time.
But the move has angered health officials who believe it is essential to bring in a minimum unit price (MUP) to reduce problems caused by drink.
The figures show that for the six categories, EU footwear imports from China rose from 23.8 million (worth euro 90.4 million, with a unit price of euro 4.13) in the January-April 2004 period to 161.9 million (worth euro 481.3 million, a unit price of euro 2.97) in the January-April 2005 period.
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.
Seven justices gave their backing to the introduction of a minimum unit price in Scotland in a decision described as "historic and far-reaching".