The law has defined dumping as the export of a product to the state at price below than the normal value of a similar product in the exporting country in the normal course of trade
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Under the Weights and Measures Ordinance (WMO), any person who in the course of trade
supplies goods to another person by weight or measure should supply the goods in net weight or net measure.
It defines dumping as exporting to the state a product at an export price below the normal value of a similar product in the exporting country in the normal course of trade
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Input taxes are value added taxes due from or paid by a VAT-registered person in the course of trade
or business on importation of goods, or local purchase of goods, properties, or services from a VAT-registered person.
Positive dynamics of the course of trade
in Asia will just be supporting growth of the major indices at the Russian ground.
On the other hand, Secretary of the Alexandria Free Zone Investors Union Sd El Rayyes, stated that a change in the course of trade
transit from Egyptian ports to others is expected due to the rise in prices of freight shipments by sea compared to those by land.
The case then went back before the General Court, which this time held that the evidence submitted by the Czechs prior to 1 April 1996 - the date of the US request - did not show the use "in the course of trade
of a sign of more than local significance".
"Next few days will tell the future course of trade
through Attari," said Singh.
After the registration of the trademark the owner of a registered mark shall have the exclusive right to prevent all third persons not having his consent from using, in the course of trade
, any sign which is identical or similar to the registered mark.
29 "[The] answer to the question, Plaintiff submitted, follows from three basic propositions of trade mark law: (a) first, the term 'use' in [section][section] 92 (4) (b) and 100 (3) (a) of the TMA refers to more than mere physical use of the mark, it refers to use of the mark as a badge of origin in the sense that it indicates a connection in the course of trade
between goods and the owner of the mark.
One difficulty with using registered trademarks in relation to third party company names is that you need to establish that the company name was being used in the course of trade
relating to the sale of relevant goods or services.
He said, 'We've found an alarming number of small businesses which think that once they have registered their names at Companies House they are free to use them in the course of trade
. They find to their despondency it belongs to somebody else.'