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negociate anew

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revise the terms of in order to limit or regain excess profits gained by the contractor

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Renegotiated credit provides borrowers with a moratorium on payments, longer maturities or lower interest rates.
The renegotiated royalty takes the form of an annual payment to EARL of a percentage of the net cash flow (before corporate tax) of Delhi's Cooper and Eromanga Basin business, subject to minimum payment of $40 million over the first five years.
As a result of the renegotiated deal, which went live at the start of this year, the HSE expects to save up to EUR35 million.
Swedish tanker shipping company Svithoid Tankers AB (OMX Stockholm: SVIT B) said on Monday (8 September) that it has renegotiated its time charter agreements for the vessels Vedrey Tora and Vedrey Thor.
Iraq expects to gross $55 billion in a new 20-year oil deal it recently renegotiated with China, the government said.
Summary: Libya might sign next week a renegotiated contract with Spanish energy group Repsol
We've been saying for a few years that [the World Trade Center] leases need to be renegotiated and it has become clear that for this development to move ahead you have to re-phase it," said Jeremy Soffin, PLA spokesman.
The airline has rejected, renegotiated or restructured leases for 90% of its mainline aircraft.
Bankruptcy Judge Adlai Hardin's approval, Delta has now successfully renegotiated or restructured contracts for 90 percent of its main fleet and a third of its regional aircraft, according to Edward Bastian, Delta's chief financial officer.
The airline has reportedly renegotiated leases for 88 aircraft with a group of lessors, with rates set to save it USD200m in annual rent payments.
Which areas would be renegotiated by the Tories and would they take back power in areas other than fishing and international aid?
Some of the most widely reported concerns were improper letters of credit that allowed some companies to delay payments; renegotiated prices because of downgrades or rejections; spot shortages of containers; as well as the uncertain customs environments, especially at many Asian ports.
The contract may now have to renegotiated to take into account the funding cuts, which may effect the institution's library and trigger a break clause to renegotiate the deal downwards.
is being sued by a group of funds associated with a New York money manager over the recently renegotiated terms of the struggling financial-services company's outstanding debt.
In reaction to Trump's remarks, Iran's foreign minister said last Wednesday that the nuclear deal reached last year with world powers can't be renegotiated despite the Republican presidential contender's pledge to do so if elected.