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- n. The ratio of net income to net sales of a company expressed as a percentage.
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- n. the ratio gross profits divided by net sales
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Although the studio’s profit margin per unit is lower than if the title carried a more typical wholesale price of $30 or $35, it’s hoping to make up the difference in volume.
Since Solectron’s profit margin is a razor-thin 3 to 4 percent, the clients still get their goods at a considerable discount.
Infineon needs to achieve an operating profit margin of over 10 percent in its business fields, Wucherer said.