Last modified on 29 April 2014, at 16:41

unit price

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unit price (plural unit prices)

  1. (business, marketing) The price of a standard amount of a good, as of weight or volume.
    • 2010 April 28, Tom Bodden, “Health minister Edwina Hart wants law to force up the price of alcohol in Wales”, Daily Post:
      After 10 years, a unit price of between 40p-50p could reduce the number of alcohol-related deaths in Wales by 200-250, she said.

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