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  • n. purchasing power


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  • Should production expenses that may have been incurred a long time ago and when the buying power of a dollar or the currency exchange rate was different be somehow charged against the current-period license fees, or should such expenses have been fully charged against revenues that had been previously received?

    The Movie Business Book, Third Edition

  • Adopted after the collapse of congressional buying power in 1780, this quasi-barter scheme had failed utterly.

    Robert Morris


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