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English definition of “pricing”


noun [U]
/ˈpraɪsɪŋ/ ( also product pricing)
COMMERCE, MARKETING the way that a company decides prices for its products or services, or the prices decided: Hong Kong's printing industry is renowned for quality, quick delivery, and competitive pricing.pricing policy/strategy The company launched an aggressive pricing strategy to stay competitive. a pricing structure/system →  See also common pricing , discount pricing , dual pricing , market-penetration pricing , multiple pricing , penetration pricing
(Definition of pricing from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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