mutuality of interest

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Whether you are in the forefront of the renewable energy industry, a supplier of power island equipment or an operator of a conventional power fleet, there is a mutuality of interest to develop a modern power system that is both smart and sustainable.
Pakistan and Bosnia and Herzegovina enjoy excellent relations deeply embedded in shared values and mutuality of interest on major global issues of common concern.
They say that freedom, mutuality of interest and engagement are their core principles.
But there is a great feeling of mutuality of interest.
22) Three dimensions borrowed from a game-theoretical approach should be taken into consideration - (i) the mutuality of interest, (ii) the shadow of the future and (iii) the number of players (23) - in an analysis of the potential success of cooperation.
This mutuality of interest benefits home buyers, taxing authorities, and the community in general.
Our ongoing principles are to have the auditor avoid auditing his or her own work, and not to have a mutuality of interest with the client.
A mutuality of interest does not constitute a conspiracy against the punter," he said.
Hunt said auditors must avoid all suggestions of mutuality of interest with the management of public companies for which an auditor provides services.
Under scientific management, the old zero-sum rancor would give way to positive-sum mutuality of interest.
Many are beginning to realise the mutuality of interest we can share.
In the end, there will be a mutuality of interest between home and host country supervisors, which underscores the need for effective communication and increased cooperation.