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surcharge in Trade topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsurchargesur‧charge1 /ˈsɜːtʃɑːdʒ $ ˈsɜːrtʃɑːrdʒ/ noun [countable]  BBTmoney that you have to pay in addition to the basic price of somethingsurcharge on a 10% surcharge on airline tickets
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surchargeBut there may be a surcharge.The price of your holiday is fully guaranteed and will not be subject to any surcharges.Banks claim surcharges are needed to help offset the cost of installation and maintenance.It is interesting to note that they come from the same stable that brought us the national insurance surcharge.But congressional investigators said bank claims of confidentiality kept them from establishing precisely how much profit banks are reaping from the surcharges.The surcharge will not be applied to representatives' orders or dues supplied as part of a previous large order.surcharge ona 10% surcharge on all imports