marge

French translation: Explication

09:47 Jan 24, 2002
French to French translations [Non-PRO]
Social Science, Sociology, Ethics, etc. / social
French term or phrase: marge
les secteurs qui ne dispose que de peu de marge de productivite' sont particulierement penalisés par ....
saeed
French translation:Explication
Explanation:
Je crois que le marge de productivivité est la différence ente le prix de revient, qui constitue la valeur du bien produit (achats, transport, etc,) et le prix de vente.
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Fernando Muela Sopeña
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4marge (voir définition ci-dessous)
sabrina07
4Explication
Fernando Muela Sopeña
4the sectors whose productivity margin is limited
Albert Golub


  

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the sectors whose productivity margin is limited


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Albert Golub
Local time: 18:30
Native speaker of: French

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Explication


Explanation:
Je crois que le marge de productivivité est la différence ente le prix de revient, qui constitue la valeur du bien produit (achats, transport, etc,) et le prix de vente.


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Fernando Muela Sopeña
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marge (voir définition ci-dessous)


Explanation:
Ecart, variation, extrémité, différence entre le prix de vente et un coût.
Réf. lexique Dalloz, 5ème édition

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