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Meaning of 提价

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jià (Trad.: 提價)
to raise the price
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Example Sentences
1
便
The Government has clapped an extra ten pence on a packet of cigarettes.
2
便
And price rises can be managed so that they do not penalise the poorest.
3
We need a reduction, not an increase in prices. A return to the historical norm, not to the recent anomaly.
4
使
For the carriers, stringent state regulations tend to dampen price competition, giving them latitude to increase prices -- a pattern that's now causing a political uproar.
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97
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Chinese steel executives feel particularly aggrieved because they agreed last year to an increase of up to 97 percent and then watched prices tumble with the global economy.