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“And it could force Toyota to "consider sweetening already record high per-unit incentive spending," he says.”
“Equity compensation expense and acquisition-related costs cut the latest per-unit result by three cents a share.”
“Using a proprietary catalyst system, reactor and refining, the company expects it could produce its fuels today at a per-unit unsubsidized cost below $1.80 a gallon.”
“It is also difficult for China to increase per-unit cotton output, which has hovered around 1.3 tons per hectare since 2006, Ms. Fang said.”
“Professional books are printed in bulk, which reduces the per-unit printing costs dramatically.”
“Sweetman found the following average per-unit costs, or APUCs:”
“Lockheed will also likely argue that the per-unit price will come down as the U.S. and other customers buy larger amounts of aircraft in the future, creating economies of scale.”
“Last year, Wheeler wrote that projections that the learning curve will bring per-unit F-35 costs down should be viewed with suspicion:”
“APUCs also do not reflect the life cycle costs, on a per-unit basis, of the aircraft.”
“CEO Mark Smith is coy about the up-front capital investment of developing his technologies, but emphatic that the result is a process where per-unit operating costs are actually lower than China's.”
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