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Synonyms for license fee

a fee paid to the government for the privilege of being licensed to do something (as selling liquor or practicing medicine)

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M2 EQUITYBITES-November 20, 2017-Ionis Pharmaceuticals receives USD5m license fee from Janssen Biotech for antisense drug
Under the Television License Fees Act 1964, commercial TV broadcasters were required to pay a percentage of their gross earnings as fees for using the public asset of radio spectrum.
'This Supreme Court decision will allow Pagcor and BRHI as an integrated casino resort to revert to the original license fee structure of 15 percent and 25 percent license fee (inclusive of the 5 percent franchise tax) for high rollers/junket and mass gaming respectively,' the disclosure said.
Broadcast networks typically set a flat license fee, usually in the neighborhood of $2 million for hourlong series, with variations for cast breakage.
Meanwhile, its other related services, including license fees, declined 28 percent year-on-year to P8.56 billion.
(NASDAQ: AMSWA) reported delivering a 45% increase in license fee revenues, a 20% increase in total revenues and a 76% increase in GAAP operating earnings in fiscal year 2012 when compared to last year.
All-alcohol pouring or package store license fees will be raised from $1,000 to $1,350.
Bharti Airtel Ltd., the country's largest mobile services operator by subscribers, needs to pay INR1.35 billion in bandwidth fees and another INR176.6 million in license fees, Pilot told law makers in the lower house of Parliament.
It is the first time since 1950 for license fees for a fiscal year to sink below year-before levels.
Lemelson and the Lemelson Partnership--neither of which ever built or sold vision systems or bar code readers--have collected mere than $1.5 billion in license fees since the late 1990s with the threat of costly patent litigation against hundreds of companies around the world that use machine vision or bar code readers.
Just above these Tier 3 offerings are mid-range systems, almost all of which depend on Microsoft component technology and require additional license fees for other software such as the underlying database, operating system and tools.
Testimony objecting to the unfair classroom license fees demanded by ASCAP and BMI was heard in July by the Sub-Committee on Courts and Intellectual Property of the House Judiciary Committee in Washington D.C.
The city's review revealed that some license fees exceeded the city's regulatory costs, while other fees fell short.