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The glossary of statistical terms, published by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), defines offer prices or list prices as: ‘The prices that sellers display as the prices at which they are prepared to sell their products. The prices of products as quoted in the seller’s price list, catalogue, internet site, advertisements, etc. They are not necessarily transaction prices. Depending on the country and/or the product, they may or may not include delivery and installation costs, VAT and other indirect taxes on products, discounts, surcharges and rebates, invoiced service charges and voluntary gratuities.’
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