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"We are the only country in Latin America that has so many high-priced medicines included for cancer," he said.
Because Congress adopted a two-tier tax treatment system on cigarette products, the retail price difference between PMFTC's most popular high-priced brand Marlboro and Mighty's cheap brands has prompted smokers to down-shift to the latter after the new excise tax regime took effect in 2013.
It's clear that the use of ARMs in high-priced markets for new homes is a reaction to house price increases that have outpaced household income gains.
Christian Miller, director of research for MKF, noted that basic demographic trends favoring sales of mid to high-priced wines are still present.
I no longer publish high-priced B2B newsletters, so you could say I'm no longer stuck in the old paradigm.
If the big American brewers can't make differentiated high-priced beers, then the demand for these products will be filled by international players, who will be more than willing to continue to reap the profits that high-margin beers confer.
If you don't have a local eco-store, or if yours is a high-priced boutique, Kevin Connelly suggests "poking around' in stores where you ordinarily shop.
Zero or super-reduced rates can be maintained until at least 1997, and special high VAT rates on certain high-priced goods, such as luxury cars and stereo equipment, have been eliminated.
Are high-priced toothpastes more abrasive than cheaper brands?
Those high-priced vendors add value to public information in any number of ways, some of them arduous and beneficial.
But as 2006 begins, most ferrous scrap processors find themselves eager to keep buying and selling scrap (ferrous as well as high-priced copper and aluminum) and say they don't see the signs that might point to a rapid fall.
But foreign investors were net buyers in volume terms, indicating they were shifting from high-priced shares to low-priced ones.