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the amount added to the cost to determine the asking price

detailed stylistic instructions for typesetting something that is to be printed

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He said that the cut in markup would not only pave way for the industrial expansion but would also ensure breathing space to the manufacturing sector that had been suffering because of shortage electricity and gas for a long time now.
Space Coast Credit Union has created a campaign to help educate consumers about the auto lending practice known as rate markups,
This does not include any markups or markdowns on the bond price, discussed later in this article.
The company is now supplying its clients with fuel oil at low markup over Harbor prices and will continue to due so during the heating season.
There appears to be no business justification for this differential markup policy since differences in creditworthiness are reflected in the "buy rates.
XML doesn't fall into any of the categories previously listed, but it falls into two other categories: It's a markup language and a metalanguage.
ECIC completed the Telecommunication Interchange Markup Guide - an industry guideline that was developed to allow carriers and vendors to exchange technical documentation using XML tags.
PDF, TIF, and markup language documents all are becoming more standardized in technical specification over time.
With a voice markup language like VoiceXML, content providers will be able to develop voice applications using standard Web-development tools, publish applications on an existing Web server, and have a service provider handle VoiceXML interpretation.
The decision grew out of a lawsuit by a gasoline dealer against his supplier, which had sought to limit prices by requiring the dealer to rebate to the supplier any excess over the allowed markup of 3.
1994) suggests one model for promoting access to journals electronically without incurring the expense of full electronic markup.
The normal markup for wine in fine restaurants is two and one-half times the wholesale price.
CrossWalk's capabilities and latest enhancements allow business managers to simulate actual or anticipated cost increases' impact on revenue and incorporate those anticipated cost increases when building their markup strategies using CrossWalk's Markup Matrix Simulator.
23 /PRNewswire/ -- New Jersey car buyers have been charged tens of millions of dollars in undisclosed "finance markup charges" when they have financed their cars at automobile dealerships, according to findings highlighted in a report released today by New Jersey Citizen Action (NJCA), the state's largest citizen watchdog organization with over 60,000 members and 90 affiliate organizations.
XBRL--a specialized form of XML (extensible markup language)--is becoming more familiar to creators and users of electronic financial statements, but few people have actual hands-on experience with it.