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Beer prices surge after Delta turns to forex sales | New Zimbabwe

Beer prices surge after Delta turns to forex sales | New Zimbabwe

ZIMBABWEAN drinkers have been priced out of their favourite beverages following top brewer Delta Corporation Limited’s recent decision to sell some of its products in hard currency. The country’s leading beverage manufacturer on Friday last week dumped the local bond note and RTGS and started pricing beer products in US dollars. The new pricing regime […]

Funeral companies told to make fees transparent | The Times

Funeral companies told to make fees transparent | The Times

Funeral directors have been ordered to publish their full fees online after concerns about the soaring cost of services. An investigation into the prices of cremations and burials has led the National Association of Funeral Directors (NAFD) to change its code of practice to force all members to be more transparent about charges. The pledge […]

Boss of price comparison site goes to war with UK’s biggest undertaker | Daily Mail Online

Boss of price comparison site goes to war with UK’s biggest undertaker | Daily Mail Online

A war of words between Britain’s biggest chain of undertakers and a specialist price comparison site has shattered the peace of the sombre world of funeral directors. The website beyond.life – whose slogan is Don’t Get R.I.P.’D Off’ – and its colourful boss Ian Strang have accused undertakers Dignity of ‘profiteering’ from grief and failing […]

Discussion: Chinese New Year Beer Promotional Pricing | Deepak Sood

Discussion: Chinese New Year Beer Promotional Pricing | Deepak Sood

  Deepak Sood, Pricing Professional having 15+ years experience in B2B/B2C space within IT and FMCG industries. I am at Giant right now and my eyes fell on this CNY offer from Tiger. Am I the only one here finding a big issue in Bundle price offer between 10 can pack and 30 can pack Tiger? […]

Pricer’s Points: Two Cases of Price Hikes! How it matters? | Sunil Singh Rana

Pricer’s Points: Two Cases of Price Hikes! How it matters? | Sunil Singh Rana

Price changes in business are inevitable. However how the companies make their price hike without offending the customer is critical part of business approach which the article highlights People resist change. Acclaimed ace investor Warren Buffet once said, “You can determine the strength of a business over time by the amount of agony they go […]

Call to ‘shop around for funeral’ as sector faces major shake-up | This is Money

Call to ‘shop around for funeral’ as sector faces major shake-up | This is Money

Shopping around for a funeral is anathema to many people who lose loved ones or close relatives. But such inertia – understandable though it may be – is allowing some funeral directors to get away with sky-high prices. Last week, the Competition & Markets Authority confirmed it would be launching a full-blown probe into the […]

Price War Set to Hit the U.K. Funeral Sector Over CMA Probe | Bloomberg

Price War Set to Hit the U.K. Funeral Sector Over CMA Probe | Bloomberg

Shares of the U.K.’s largest publicly-traded funeral firm, Dignity Plc, dropped as much as 18 percent as the competition watchdog warned that recent tariff reductions by British undertakers haven’t been enough to tackle years of hikes in the industry. Price increases over the past decade, particularly by larger chains, can’t be justified by higher costs […]

The Warehouse boss says sale-driven shopping is on the way out | Stuff

The Warehouse boss says sale-driven shopping is on the way out | Stuff

Chief executive Nick Grayston said the company had seen tangible improvements in the second half after implementing its “everyday low price” strategy. “Our customers told us because we changed our prices so often they were never sure that they were correct and if they bought something today, would it be cheaper tomorrow? “We wanted to take that uncertainty out […]

Businesses fined for selling goods above MRP, not displaying prices | Borneo Bulletin Online

Businesses fined for selling goods above MRP, not displaying prices | Borneo Bulletin Online

TWO businesses were each issued a compound fine of BND500 for selling price-controlled goods above their maximum retail price (MRP), including cooking oil, formulated powdered milk, and rice, while another two businesses were issued warning notices for not displaying price tags during an inspection. The inspection was conducted in Kampong Tanjung Bunut and Sengkurong by […]

Consumer Reports: What to Know About Buying a Used Rental Car | NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Consumer Reports: What to Know About Buying a Used Rental Car | NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

You’ve probably seen the promotions: used rental cars, low prices, big savings. “That low price can be attractive, and most rental companies do maintain their vehicles. But you still have to be a savvy consumer,” said Jon Linkov, Consumer Reports Auto Editor. Rental cars can rack up substantial miles. Hertz, Avis and Enterprise show mileage […]