How does a "prix de revient" differ from the ordinary price of an item?
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It's the sum of all the costs that were needed to produce the item :
In English, it's translated as "Cost of goods sold".
You have the same differenciation between both costs in English, as the "regular" cost would usually only cover the production/buying cost.