Open policy


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OPEN POLICY. An open policy is one in which the amount of the interest of the insured is not fixed by the policy, and is to be ascertained in case of loss. Vide Policy.

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This office invites sealed quotations in two envelopes for open policy inland transit insurance of electronic equipment/modules/pcbs/spares both repaired and new from chennai to various airports/offices in india by air/road/post/courier for keeping our communication and navigational aids serviceable.
Sindh Food Minister, Manzoor Hussain Wassan talking to journalists following a departmental meeting to review food situation in the province, said this unusual release of wheat was because of abolition of quota and open availability of crop on basis of open policy.
This new open policy to attract more tourists has been widely distributed in many media channels.
Jok told Sudan Tribune by phone from Juba that there would be no restrictions placed on cross-border trade and that the new open policy would help facilitate the movement of goods and services.
Turkmenistan and Kyrgyzstan have common positions, we follow an open policy," President of Turkmenistan Gurbanguly Berdymuhamedov said during the meeting with President of Kyrgyzstan Almazbek Atambayev on November 11 in Ashgabat.
In April, EBSCO announced an open policy for data sharing to cover critical areas of mutual collaboration with other discovery vendors.
The largest open policy held by a man is slightly smaller, at more than $1.
He said that the USA is conducting an open policy with respect to Armenia and contributes to Armenia's development as a
The open policy is also a testament of Microsoft's "consumer-first" focus, which is different from the restrictive licensing policy that Redmond has had up until now.
Mr Andrews said the time had come to revisit the shutdown and implement a more open policy on internet usage.
BBK has adopted a communication disclosure policy consistent with Basel II requirements and follows an open policy on communication with its stakeholders, said bank chief executive Abdulkarim Bucheeri.
This calls for proactive government policies and strategies for the development of indigenous capabilities of national enterprise and therefore a more open policy space for developing countries ideally accompanied by changes in the international trade rules and practices of the international financial institutions and developed countries in their bilateral and regional trade agreements with developing countries.