life-cycle processing

(economics/accounting) An accounting approach in which a company sets product prices based on recovering costs over the life cycle of the product.
(U.S.) In antidumping cases, U.S. authorities dispute the validity of this approach because projections of future yield improvements cannot be verified at the time of dumping calculations. See dumping.

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