Pricing strategy

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Definition

A pricing strategy is a reasoned choice by a seller of a set of price schedules, over a given period of time and across a given range of markets, taking into account various factors such as the demand characteristics of buyers, the costs of production, the nature of competition, and the legal environment.

For a list of pricing strategies, refer Category:Pricing strategies.

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