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a cessation of normal activity, caused by an accident or strike, for example

Synonyms for tie-up

a social or business relationship

an interruption of normal activity

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The broad tie-ups will cover such fields as satellite-based telecommunications services, rocket launches and aircraft flight-control services, they said.
The Paytm Head (Partnership Division) Varun Khullar disclosed, Company is currently evaluating potential tie-ups, but none of the partners had been finalized yet.
Among other business tie-ups, UFJ NICOS will provide Norinchukin Bank, which caters to agricultural, forestry and fisheries cooperatives, with infrastructure and know-how related to the credit card business.
European candidates for possible tie-ups are expected to include DaimlerChrysler AG of Germany and PSA Peugeot Citroen of France, industry sources said.
The tie-ups enable a combination of the DBJ's know-how on corporate revitalization with regional lenders' knowledge of local companies, and have thus been spurring mergers and acquisitions and facilitating midsize companies' issuance of corporate bonds.
As per to the bank managing director and chief executive officer Chanda Kochhar the ICICI Bank is open to partnerships and tie-ups for obtaining a payment bank licence.
and European life insurance companies over business tie-ups, including capital affiliation, officials at the parent company said Tuesday.
Fuji Heavy President Takeshi Tanaka told reporters that while some foreign makers have showed interest in tie-ups with Fuji since last year, none of the inquiries has developed into negotiations.
Furthermore, Unum Japan's tie-ups with several larger life and non-life insurers to create and market disability products will promote sales going forward.
As the requirement of imported coal for sustaining generation at various power stations of NTPC is likely to rise, it is felt that long-term tie-ups for imported thermal coal may be explored with interested companies across the globe.
Even worse for farmers, future port shutdown tie-ups could cause importers in Europe and Asia to start looking for competing suppliers in Australia, South America, Spain and Egypt.
Maruha said the two companies will also consider possible tie-ups in other business areas with Kibun in the future.
Nissan Motor has been the target of speculation about possible acquisition by or tie-ups with foreign automakers, including Renault SA of France and DaimlerChrysler AG, the German-U.
GTL has strategic tie-ups with Oracle, General Electric Information Services, Verifone, Cisco Systems, Nortel, Davox, Cincom, Lucent and Microsoft.
Morule stated, "Talks were also held to facilitate zero customs duty between the two countries, which would further help in encouraging more tie-ups with Punjab.