gross cost

gross cost

A generic term for the cost of providing a health or social service in the UK, without taking into account the potential savings to the NHS of implementing that service.
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Gross cost per ton of Basmati rice increased from Rs 4,271 to Rs 13,253 for with and without trade liberalisation, respectively.
To calculate this figure you need to add up the gross cost of employing staff and express this as a percentage of your total practice sales turnover.
Consolidated income in euros(000) Q1 Q1 2007 2006 IFRS Net sales 8,799 5,081 Overall gross margin 5,375 3,142 Gross cost markon 61.
The gross cost per mile is between 90 and 100 calories.
Tags, 34,187,842 34,673,422 36,131,597 Permits & Stamps Resident Licenses, Tags, 31,340,988 31,813,810 33,111,202 Permits & Stamps Non-resident Licenses, Tags, 2,846,854 2,859,612 3,020,395 Permits & Stamps Gross Cost Contributed by $658,993,797 $679,824,466 $703,794,135 Hunters
The gross cost of equipping every conceivable target would be enormous.
7bn net - gross cost pounds 3bn - and was one of the largest and most costly animal disease outbreaks ever recorded, with at least six million animals slaughtered.
It also said the company is on track to deliver gross cost savings in excess of pounds 200mby the end of 2005.
There's real reluctance to add any kind of gross cost to the product that doesn't show significant benefit to the customer," he said.
Department Program Activity Gross Cost Division Section Positions Program Objective Description/Brief History of Program Activity Recent and Current Service Levels/Workload Statistics 1988-89 1992-93 1993-94 Actual Actual Proj.
The refinancing resulted in a gross cost savings to the City of $547,896 due to lower interest rates for the refunding of the City's 1997, 1998, and 2001 bonds, as well as a portion of the 2002 bonds.
Provisions: We estimate Garanti Bank to register a gross cost of risk of 95bp in 4Q412 vs.
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