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NTSP negotiated both risk-sharing contracts and non-risk-sharing contracts.
D'Arcy said the Board of Water and Power Commissioners, which last week refused to approve the contract, and the City Council are failing to take responsibility for the negotiated deal.
Policymakers from the 54 participating nations who negotiated the ITO charter in 1947 recognized that trade and investment were related but they also knew that it would be difficult to develop a package of rules to link trade and investment without creating a multitude of exceptions.
The cash markets for such financial instruments were well developed long before the introduction of exchange-traded futures and options, and, for some instruments, privately negotiated derivatives also predated exchange trading.
In this case contemplation nevertheless leads to a certain negotiated understanding, for just as the viewer's passage through the exhibition tracks infinity's immaterial symbol, Byars' sphere of lustrous yet base matter (gilded bronze) figures infinity also.
If terms that meet your basic needs to manage your business, care for your patients, and derive a fair profit cannot be negotiated, then that MCO is not the right partner for you.
BARCELONA, Spain -- Use of collateral in privately negotiated derivatives transactions and related margined activities continues to grow significantly, with the amount of collateral in circulation now estimated at $1.
The transaction was negotiated by Avi Weinstock and Josh Rhine.
5,6] Finally, the executive considers the best alternative to a negotiated agreement (BATNA).
Delle-Femine said Mesaba has not negotiated in good faith and has stretched the negotiating process to two years.
According to the Aberdeen Group, approximately 60% of negotiated savings fail to reach the bottom line.
Steve Geller and Rael Gervis negotiated this transaction.