1) Электрогенерация от естественно возобновляемых источников (свет, ветер)? (Дурни безъязыкобезмозглые именуют их “возобновляемые истошники энергии”). Помаши тётеньке ручкой!
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3) “The price of the iPhone SE in Europe is set at €490 for the 16GB model, which equates to $550 in U.S. bank notes, or nearly a 40% price premium.
The 64GB iPhone SE price is set at €590, which translates to $663 U.S. dollars. Compare this to a $500 price for the iPhone SE in the United States, and you'd see that the price premium for this version stands at some 33%.
Now, there is one key factor that you have to keep in mind: this is the price with value-added tax already accounted for, while in the United States, you also do get to pay a state tax that could add up to 8% on top of the MSRP. And the value-added tax burden in Europe is quite high: from 19% in Germany to 25% in Hungary, so the prices of the iPhones will also vary.
At the same time, though, other companies like Samsung don't price their phones at such a premium in Europe. The Galaxy S7 official retail price is around $700 in the United States, and it's €700 in Europe. That's why it's still quite a shock to see such a hefty price premium for the iPhone SE.”