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Introduction
1 Competition and pricing strategy
Practical part 2

Target 14
The function of the demand for this product has the form Qd = 7 - P, a supply function Qs = - + 3 R. Suppose this product is subsidized from the state budget in the amount of 2 rubles. for each unit of product.
Determine the price for the buyer and seller price for including subsidies, the equilibrium volume of sales.

Target 15
The function of the demand for this product has the form Qd = 5 - P, a supply function Qs = - 1 + 2P. Suppose that the set quota for the production of this product in the amount of 2 thousand. Units.
What are the implications of this decision? Calculate the excess of the seller and the buyer, before and after the introduction of quotas.

Problem 35
The available data on the cost and sales of fabrics:
Name of fabrics realized mln. M The volume of sales for the full cost, mln. Rub. Profitability of products,%
Calico 893 25 200 10.6
Linen 1068 33 500 6.7
Coarse 655 28 500 8.1
Satin 493 19 200 8.9
Determine for each group of tissue:
- Proceeds from the sale;
- Unit cost;
- The wholesale price per unit of output;
- Profit from the sale of a unit of production and as a whole;
- The structure of the wholesale price.

Problem 55
The following data on sales volumes and prices for apples in the store number 1 and number 2.
The price for 1 kg, rbl. Sales volume, ths. Rub.
Last year Fiscal year Fiscal year Last year
Shop number 1 28 31 400 1200
Shop number 2 25 30 600 800
Define:
1) The average price of 1 kg of apples for the current and prior periods;
2) the dynamics of average prices in both absolute and relative terms;
3) role in the dynamics of the average price change in prices played and changing the balance of trade in specific stores 1 and 2 in total sales of apples.

Problem 70
The table shows the price and number of shares traded per trading day:
Price action in the base period, rub. The number of shares. The price in the reporting period, rub.
A 55 20 58
B 25 100 24
The 75 50 100
F 45 60 45
Calculate the Dow Jones Industrial Average, Standard & Poor's, Faynenschl Times.

Closing
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