There are two pricing models used by bookstores: Agency and Wholesale. The difference is in who sets the street price.
Most stores use the Agency model (e.g. Apple iBooks), whereby the street price is defined by the author/publisher. Royalties are fixed at 60% (i.e. 30% for the store + 10% for StreetLib) of this pre-VAT price.
The Amazon Kindle Store and Kobo Store use the Agency model when you sell your eBooks within the European Economic Area (EEA). Consequently, all European customers will see the price you set through StreetLib Publish, and you will earn the 60% of this list price excluding VAT.
Outside the EEA, the Amazon Kindle Store and Kobo Store use the Wholesale Model. Google Play always uses the Wholesale Model.
This means that the author/publisher defines the list price (or suggested price), and will earn 40% royalties (or 42% on Google Play) of this price. However, the actual price at which the book is sold on the stores is chosen by the store itself.
Google Play often sets the price lower than the list price, and due to its pricing policy, Amazon will follow.
Wholesale price adjustment
In order to keep your revenues constant, we created an "increase wholesale prices" option on Publish. This can automatically adjust your list prices to ensure you always receive the equivalent of 60% royalties. In this case, the prices on stores applying a wholesale model will be increased.
If you want your book to be sold at the same price everywhere, uncheck the "increase wholesale prices" option. This list price will be used by all stores regardless of whether they use the agency or wholesale model. You will therefore receive royalties of 40% (Amazon/Kobo) or 42% (Google) on stores that use the wholesale model. The only difference in price is for different currencies.