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22:48 Sep 23, 2000
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Spanish term or phrase: Bandas y franjas de precio
used in connection with tariff reduction /trade negotiations
Francisco Galvez Jr.
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Summary of answers provided
naprice ranges and limitsdorisy
naI think in your context, it simply means "range of prices"....
Maria
naprice bands and limitsxxxLia Fail
nabands and ribbons at reasonable pricesxxxEen
naprice rows and columnsMegdalina


  

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1 hr
price rows and columns


Explanation:
Banda and franja really mean the same thing - kinda like line or strip. This is what I came up with to fit the context of your question and definately what I would use. Good luck to you!

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2 hrs
bands and ribbons at reasonable prices


Explanation:
I may be wrong, approaching your question from a totally different perspective to the previous answerer, but if the article you're translating is now discussing trade-articles in detail then this would make sense


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5 hrs
price bands and limits


Explanation:
The price bands are probably prices scaled in terms of quantity etc, where the limits indicate the changeover point between scales

xxxLia Fail
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7 hrs
I think in your context, it simply means "range of prices"....


Explanation:

banda in a financial context, according to Lozano Irueste means "exchange rates band or range."

Hope it helps some!

Saludos. Maria ;o)


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7 hrs
price ranges and limits


Explanation:
I agree with Ailish in "limits".

Hope this helps

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