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EnglishAir travel in particular has become cheaper and more convenient for everyone.
EnglishTickets on routes where there is competition have now also become cheaper.
EnglishLast but not least, the price of compound feedingstuff in animal feeds should become cheaper.
EnglishAir travel has become cheaper and cheaper over the last few decades.
EnglishOver the next few years, electricity produced from solar energy will become significantly cheaper.
EnglishBusinesses within the European Union have become 25% cheaper for the United States to buy.
EnglishWill meat become cheaper, given the planned 30 % price reduction?
EnglishThese transport operations continue to grow, especially as they have become relatively cheaper over the years.
EnglishThirdly, electronic payment must be encouraged, that is true, but it must also become cheaper.
EnglishYou are undoubtedly aware that they have not become cheaper of late, but have become more expensive, by half a euro on average!
English(NL) Over the course of time, flying has become ever cheaper, and is, in many cases, also cheap in relation to the distance covered.
EnglishOn the contrary, it will become cheaper.
EnglishWill beer become cheaper?
EnglishThis would also be economical in terms of price, because of course it will become cheaper with mass production; at present it costs about ECU 3000.
EnglishAt the same time, it is also important to consumers that safety systems become cheaper, which will be the case if the regulations are common throughout the EU.
EnglishFourthly, cross-border payment transfers must become cheaper, and I could not word it better than Mrs Peijs did a moment ago on behalf of my Group.
EnglishIn the telecoms sphere, the Commission and the Commissioner can ensure that competition operates effectively, and that services become cheaper through caps and other measures.
EnglishIn our relatively prosperous Europe, it is all the more surprising, since the price of eggs in the last few decades has risen very little and they have thus effectively become cheaper.