|cheap labor||Ucuz emek|
|cheap labour||Ucuz emek|
|relatively cheap||Göreli olarak ucuz|
|very cheap||Çok ucuz|
Deyimler ve deyişler →
Yayınlar ve örnek cümleler
The China Post
· Samsung’s new phones test consumer demand for pricey gadgets →
Its smartphone shipments plunged 29% from last year in the April-June quarter, according to the research firm International Data Corp. That drop helped China’s Huawei at least temporarily surpass Samsung as the world’s top seller of smartphones while Apple remained in third place — although the cheaper iPhone SE did boost Apple’s market share, IDC said.
· GenMark Leveraging The Testing Boom Created By COVID-19 →
GenMark doesn’t look particularly cheap on a long-term basis, assuming COVID-19 fades, and the industry remains extremely competitive, but the shares could still have upside on a near-term basis.
· Trump's perfect storm of a Kodak deal is getting new scrutiny →
It was just sitting there with millions of cheap shares, waiting for some good news.
· InMode Ltd. (INMD) CEO Moshe Mizrahy on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
And therefore, I'm not afraid that the gross margin will go down, because we will not sell our product in the cheap price, there are many cheap products in China in the Chinese market, but the Chinese doctors and the Chinese medical staff will prefer to buy an Israeli high technology product, is to give them some kind of refutation and they appreciate that.
· Warrant Relative Value Updates: Opportunities After Selloff →
Cheap warrants on absolute terms may not necessarily represent a good risk/reward scenario, as securities are cheap usually for a reason.
· Discovery's (DISCA) CEO David Zaslav on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
The not so good news for us is that our content is cheap, and so we've been able to get increases.
The China Post
· Virus testing in the US is dropping, even as deaths mount →
Amid the crisis, some health officials are calling for the introduction of a different type of test that would yield results in a matter of minutes and would be cheap and simple enough for millions of Americans to test themselves — but would also be less accurate.
· Money Stuff: Public Markets Don’t Matter Like They Used To →
Another answer is that companies borrow the money to build the factories: Debt is cheap, and companies have a more aggressive view of optimal leverage levels than they used to, so they are happier borrowing more money and using less equity.
· Everyone getting a new computer for school needs this software bundle →
SEE ALSO: Stock up on these cheap school and office supplies from Amazon
· How Michael Scott's dumb joke cost 'The Office' $60,000 →
But not all of them were cheap or easy to approve.