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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The two portfolios comprise a portfolio of leisure assets across the UK with a gross cost of GBP224 m representing a net initial yield of 5.
CrownBet's management team, including Tripp, will operate the combined business in Australia, which The Stars Group currently estimates will realize gross cost synergies of approximately A$50M per year beginning in 2019 after a period of expected incremental integration and rebranding costs.
Tenders are invited for REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) FOR SELECTION OF BUS OPERATOR FOR PROCUREMENT, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF MIDI AC FULLY BUILT PURE ELECTRIC BUSES ON GROSS COST CONTRACT BASIS SECOND ATTEMPT
Work on the Kachhi Canal was started 15 years ago, however it fell victim to gross cost overrun and long delays.
A combination of utility savings, tax credits and incentives brought the net cost of solar for the complex at 45 percent of the gross cost.
Speaking on the occasion, WAPDA Chairman said that it is a matter of great satisfaction that Kachhi Canal, started 15 years ago, was almost an abandoned project owing to certain reasons, gross cost overrun and long delays being the major contributing factors.
Gross cost of credit risk fell to 55 basis points (bps), compared to 75 bps for the same period in 2016.
Chief executive officer, Stephen Hester, said, 'We are today increasing our annual gross cost savings target to over GBP350 million by 2018 and raising our underlying return on tangible equity expectation to the upper half of our 12 to 15 percent target range by 2017 with further improvement to come thereafter.
For this study, a gross cost and a net cost are established.
Mr East said he hopes the changes will bring gross cost savings of between PS150m and PS200m a year with benefits accruing from 2017.
The job cuts however will lead to a total gross cost saving of around e1/4270 million from 2018 onwards, ING said.
That has been the practice of most family doctors who with one-fifth of that labour force have seen every man, woman and child in the country five times a year on average at a gross cost of about 4s 6d per consultation.
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