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English definition of “subsidized price”

subsidized price

noun [C] ( UK also subsidised price)
 
 
ECONOMICS
a price for a product that is reduced because the government has paid part of the cost of producing it: Officials told farmers what to grow, bought their crops, and sold them at subsidized prices.
(Definition of subsidized price from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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