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A company produces a cellphone, and I would like to know the cost of a cellphone including wages, utilities, RnD,etc. What's the right term?
My take:

Do you know their operating cost?

Thanks.
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New2grammarA company produces a cellphone, and I would like to know the cost of a cellphone including wages, utilities, RnD,etc. What's the right term?
My take:

Do you know their operating cost?

Thanks.

I would call it - production costs.

See this link to find out more about operating costs:

http://www.investorwords.com/3458/operating_costs.html
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Which is correct?

What's their production costs?
What are their production costs?
New2grammarWhich is correct?

What's their production costs?
What are their production costs?

In my business I use the following terminology:

What are the production costs of that mobile phone?
or
What is the cost of production of that mobile phone?
Crytal clear. Thanks, Optilang.
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