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Old 17.10.2019, 21:06
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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Whilst you might believe that to be true, it's a fallacy , a company like Unilever will produce for 4 & sell for 10. They sell for the max price the market will bear, it's as simple as that. The has dropped roughly 25% since the referendum yet inflation is a mere 1.7%. There are huge margins throughout the supply chain.
Yep. But costs - raw materials - have a base cost. How on earth is it a fallacy? Something costs a fiver to make, however the market will bear my charging 45 quid for it. Two separate things. You said costs weren't a factor in deciding the price of product. I disagree.

And could you be any more patronising? Were you born with that sense of superiority or have you honed it over the years ?
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