1 msrp= sing doller?


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MSRP stands for manufacturer's suggested retail price. It is a way for retailers to know how much a manufacturer suggests that their product is to be sold for. Since the MSRP is a price, it is stated in US Dollars. So, yes, I guess that 1 MSRP = $1.
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