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Luis
Could you help me with this text? I need to translate this into Spanish. It´s part of my thesis. Prices are usually calculated free depot. In exceptional cases, the buyer might also ask for ex works prices. Thanks
Jun 21, 2015 6:36 PM
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I am having an educated guess - since nobody else has answered. "free depot price" - is probably the price from a 'duty free depot or shop'. ie the price before any local sales tax is added. "ex works price" - I have only heard this used for stone coming out of a quarry. Stone arrives "ex works" or the wagon comes straight from the quarry so you get an ex-works price. So I would re-phrase this as "prices are usually calculated without sales tax or exceptionally at factory gate prices".
June 22, 2015
Luis
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