Letter: Retail price myths

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The Independent Culture
Sir: The apparent huge price differentials between cars sold in the UK and cars sold elsewhere are far short of amazing to anybody who buys computing products.

Software priced at $99 in the US always seems to turn up over here at pounds 99.

The pricing of many consumer electronic products of Far Eastern origin also seems to lean towards dollar/pound parity.

CHARLES CORDING

Whitley Bay,

Tyne and Wear

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