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markup

Computer-processable annotations within a multimedia document. In the context of the HL7 specification, markup syntax is based on XML specification.
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A bottle of water has a mark-up of 718% with Jet2 and a can of Pepsi has a 848% mark-up with Ryanair.
The third part of the study looks at the relationship between the number of operators competing at a given time and the "mark-ups".
For example, under the new rules, certain services that are either specified in a revenue procedure or are low-margin services with an arm's-length mark-up of 7 percent or less may qualify for pricing under the Service Cost Method (SCM) and may be charged out with no mark-up.
The biggest beneficiaries of that growth may be natural foods grocery chains, which offer volume efficiencies and healthy product mark-ups. Indeed, investors in both Wild Oats and Whole Foods are hoping that their stocks can bring home the non-fat tofu bacon.
25 percent more per bottle because of the wholesalers' mark-ups. New Yorkers deserve the kind of freedom citizens in 37 other states enjoy."
Do we have to choose between mark-ups and salaries everywhere in the world?
It is the providers of ancillary supplies and services to nursing homes that control "mark-ups," profits and the potential for fraud and abuse within the nursing home industry.
PUB chain JD Wetherspoon is adding huge mark-ups to drinks and meals at its airport branches.
Andrew Newman has made a fortune by snapping up swathes of gig tickets and selling them on at massive mark-ups.
Wholesalers and distributors in Zimbabwe for instance, add mark-ups of as much as 43% for branded and generic drugs, while innovator drugs are marked up as high as 45%.
THE family of former Indonesian dictator Suharto pocketed hundreds of millions of pounds in the 1990s through huge mark-ups on arms deals, including the purchase of Hawk jets from Britain, the Jakarta Post newspaper reported yesterday.