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Activity-Based Pricing (Activity Based Pricing) - a variant of cost-plus pricing that takes into account the specific resources required to make a product. Instead of charging an arbitrary fee to cover fixed expenses, a business would calculate the cost of labor, buildings, administration, and other inputs. This type of pricing is more difficult to calculate than simple cost-plus pricing.

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