Definition of Cost-plus
1. Adjective. Determining payment based on the actual cost of production plus an agreed-upon fee or rate of profit. "A cost-plus government contract"
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Literary usage of Cost-plus
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Transfer Pricing Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises and Tax ...by OECD Staff, Organisation for Economic Co-operation, OECD, Development by OECD Staff, Organisation for Economic Co-operation, OECD, Development (2001)
"in) Cost plus method 2.32 The cost plus method begins with the costs incurred by the ... An appropriate cost plus mark up is then added to this cost, ..."
2. Government War Contracts by John Franklin Crowell (1920)
"CHAPTER XH Navy's Earlier Uses of Cost-Pius Contracts It is not generally known that the earlier use of the cost-plus type of contract in governmental ..."
3. Preliminary Economic Studies of the War by Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Division for Economics and History (1920)
"CHAPTER XII Navy's Earlier Uses of Cost-Pius Contracts It is not generally known that the earlier use of the cost-plus type of contract in governmental ..."
4. Purchasing by Charles Siesel Rindsfoos (1915)
"The cost plus percentage and cost plus a fee methods.— Another method sometimes employed is that known as "cost plus percentage" or "cost plus a fee. ..."
5. The Law of Contracts by William Herbert Page (1922)
"Building contract—Cost plus—Issued by the American Institute of Architects.1 This agreement made the day of , in th'e year nineteen hundred and , by and ..."
6. Municipal Franchises: A Description of the Terms and Conditions Upon which by Delos Franklin Wilcox (1911)
"Right to purchase at cost plus annual interest at 14 per cent reserved in early franchise in Brooklyn and Jamaica. ..."