- By-Product Pricing
- a pricing method used in situations where a saleable by-product results in the manufacturing process. If the by-product has little value, and is costly to dispose of, it will probably not affect the pricing of the main product; if, on the other hand, the by-product has significant value, the manufacturer may derive a competitive advantage by charging a lower price for its main product.
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|Retail Insights Seminar|
Presented by the Australian Centre for Retail Studies, this year's Retail Insights Seminar will review highlights from the 2013 World Retail Congress (Paris) and Shop.org (Chicago) conferences held in October.
Sydney - 3 December 2013
7.30 am - 9.30am
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