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Markup is the difference between company’s selling price for a product and its costs to manufacture or purchase it. For a retailer, then, the markup is the difference between the price it charges consumers and the cost the retailer must pay for the product.

Markup is in cost-oriented pricing, a percentage added to the total cost of the product to cover marketing expenses and allow a profit.

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