Definicja basic price (IS-R)
A sales price referring to a special unit of measure (1 litre, 100 millilitres, 1 kilogram).
The basic price is used, in terms of the European quotation of prices order, for comparing the prices, for example, of loose goods or comparable prepacked articles with different selling weights. The unit of measure that is to be used is generally determined by a particular regulation. The basic price relates to the dry weight for articles which require the dry weight (net weight) to be shown.
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