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Hi,

once again I am confused :-(((

I must express the following concept:

"If we give you a discount, we won´t have any profit on this project"

I mean that we won´t have any "extra money" that the price we are selling the stand is inferior to the money we have invested in building the same.

In this specific case I do not know if to use "gain" or "profit". In Italian I would say "profitto" so..... this is the reason I was thinking of "profit" and not "gain".....

Thanks for your help

Pamela
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In business situations the word "profit" is used, rather than "gain," although they mean approximately the same thing. The word "gain" is rarely used in business. "Gain" is too mathematical and abstract to be used in the practical world of business.
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Profit.

Profit = Price - Cost

CJ