Definition of Pricing system
1. Noun. A system for setting prices on goods or services.
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Literary usage of Pricing system
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1. Business Costs by De Witt Carl Eggleston, Frederick Bertrand Robinson (1921)
"pricing system.— When the requisition (Form 106) was entered on the Stock Record card, the 10000 pounds delivered were priced at the cost of $0.07 per pound ..."
2. Federal Options for Reducing Waste Disposal by Terry Dinan (1995)
"Because perfect enforcement is assumed under an ideal pricing system, ... Finally, an ideal pricing system would result in the optimal level of waste ..."
3. The California Electricity Crisis by James L. Sweeney (2002)
"Such a system is referred to as a "one-part real-time pricing" system. The difficulty of a one- part real-time pricing system is that the total expenditure ..."
4. Transport and Spatial Policies: Held in Paris on the 7th-8th November 2002 by ECMT Staff (2004)
"Quite apart from the political motives behind the Government's decision not to include cars in the road pricing system, there is a more practical reason, ..."
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