global price

global price

(in U.S. managed care) an all-inclusive price for services rendered. It may refer to comprehensive physician services alone or include both hospital and physician services, depending on the contractual agreement.
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Contract notice: service contracts at a global price and a lump sum insulation of attics lost in collective buildings
The global price of avocados has recently reached record levels due to flooding and drought, late harvests and worker strikes in grower areas.
The geopolitical tension, which resulted from the US strike against the Syrian regime, still played a role in shaping the global price.
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 10, 2017-Huntsman reports launch of new higher global price list for titanium dioxide pigments
OMNOVA Solutions (NYSE: OMN), a company involved in performance-enhancing chemistries and surfaces used in products for a variety of commercial, industrial and residential applications, has increased the global price of nitrile elastomers and styrene-acrylic polymers, styrene-butadiene latex products and acrylic polymers.
Motorists saw an initial rise of around a quarter in August, when prices were deregulated, before the global price began to freefall further, to its current $37 a barrel.
With more oil production diverted into refining, the kingdom, which has provided some protection against volatility, will have reduced flexibility to 'swing' oil production alongside fluctuations in global price and demand, the study noted.
Global price of fuel oil reached EGP 2,448 per tonne and EGP 2,300 on the local market, which is quite close to global prices, an expert said.
With dynamic lifecycle classification, price analysts can automatically assign the lifecycle stage to items imported into the Syncron global price management system.
The United States' use of homegrown oil would diminish and prices here at home would rise to match the higher global price for a barrel of crude," said Burnett, who manages fuel supplies for the US airline.
The agreement will allow Ericsson to offer its portfolio of network infrastructure equipment though a global price structure based on total business in Bahrain, India, Indonesia, Kuwait, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa and Turkey.
The new agreement will allow Ericsson to offer its portfolio of network infrastructure equipment though a global price structure based on total business in Bahrain, India, Indonesia, Kuwait, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa and Turkey.
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