Traducción de support price en Español:

support price

precio de apoyo, n.

nombre

  • 1

    (for commodities)
    precio de apoyo masculino
    precio (de) sostén masculino
    • In the countryside, the rural exodus gathered pace when reforms to the CAP in 1984 and 1992 cut support prices and closed down the least profitable and most indebted farms.
    • The Union government has raised the minimum support price for the 1999-2000 wheat crop to Rs 580 per quintal from Rs 550 earlier, according to an agriculture ministry statement.
    • Tipton notes that some dairy groups and the federal government have advocated a very high support price for nonfat dry milk over the past couple of years, which has had a primary role in the growth of MPC imports.
    • For now, the support price program provides an effective floor of about $1.10 for cheddar blocks.
    • The bill stressed supporting farm income with the cash payments unrelated to what farmers grew, rather than having government support prices by purchasing surplus crops.
    • These support cuts amounted to a 7% reduction in butter support prices and a 5% reduction in the support price for skim milk powder.
    • Indeed, for wheat the support price is now lower than the wholesale price; the support price thus acts as a floor.
    • The support price for nonfat dry milk remains the same at 60.6 cents.
    • Government's intervention is needed to save them by fixing a support price for vanilla as done in the case of coconut and rubber.
    • It means that we do not have to increase product or support prices.
    • Second, the state established institutions to set support prices.
    • It benefits directly from the exaggerated support prices the government shells out for this ‘health food.’
    • The ASCUs are then reimbursed by the Treasury for any loss related to the difference between the support price and the sales price.
    • A rethink on minimum support prices was also on the cards.
    • The government procures rice and wheat at minimum support prices, which are often higher than international prices.
    • The administration has no plans to impose a milk tax or cut support prices in any year.
    • The principle on which it rests is that of encouraging production by providing support prices for agricultural production of various sorts.
    • The accumulation of stocks results from the government's commitment to unrealistically high minimum support prices of food grains - of wheat and rice in particular.
    • Additionally, the reforms do not lower European support prices for grain, known under CAP as intervention prices.
    • The entry prices also serve as support prices for the major crops.
  • 2

    (of stock prices)
    nivel de existencia masculino