value added

(economics) The amount by which the value of a product is increased at each stage of its production cycle, less the cost of materials and purchased parts and services. It is determined by subtracting from sales the costs of materials and supplies, energy costs, contract work, and so on, and it includes labor expenses, administrative and sales costs, and other operating profits. See value-added tax.

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