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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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His interest in FXML stems from similar development with OpenLaszlo, a markup language written in JavaScript for the Flash runtime.
In this discussion, the markup is considered a portion of the cost of the product rather than the selling price.
In sum, these theoretical models of markup cyclicality from industrial organization relate markups to the degree of competition, but they may predict either procyclical or countercyclical markups depending on the detailed characteristics of the strategic interaction among firms and of the economic environment.
Once you account for revenue sharing and markups, there are several profit center areas that remain well-hidden, with reps unaware that they are paying additional costs or missing out on additional commissions.
TEI markup includes descriptive metadata about the text in the TEI Header, and structural metadata that identifies and separates the textual elements of the content (Van den Branden, Terras and Vanhoutte).
The average rate markup according to the Center for Responsible Lending is 2.5%, costing consumers billions of dollars each year, SCCU said.
They also indicated that variable utilization eliminates the evidence for increasing RTS, making price markup close to one, given the absence of large pure profits in the American economy.
We make the assumption that the national average of the service line-specific markup is exogenous, conditional upon hospital service line-fixed effects and service line-specific time trends.
Interest for the syndicated loan is originally set at Libor (London interbank offered rate) with a markup of 95 basic points (one basic point equals 0.01 of a percentage point), amounting to 1.42% per annum.
Also of great importance is the identification of factors that affect the level of markup, i.e., the price-cost margin.
Across advanced economies, average markups increased by 8 percent since 2000 but by less than 2 percent in those emerging economies covered by the analysis.
According to the SEC's order, from June 2009 through December 2012, traders on Barclays' non-agency RMBS desk "knowingly or recklessly made false or misleading statements to Barclays customers and/or charged Barclays customers undisclosed excessive markups."