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buy what had previously been sold, lost, or given away


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We found that labor could buy back with its wages only so much of the product, and that capital did not consume all of the remainder of the product.
If Marconi's bankers agree to a buy back, it would be seen as a vote of confidence in the company's survival prospects.
Instruments "that do or may require the issuer to buy back some of its shares in exchange for cash or other assets.
Toyota has also announced plans to buy back up to 150 million shares or spend up to 400 billion yen to buy back its own shares over a one-year period starting June 1 to enhance capital efficiency and make it possible to pursue agile capital management in response to the business environment.
Yesterday CH Bailey announced that it was to buy back the shares from Barlow Clowes receivers' Ernst & Young for pounds 965,000, because of the negative associations of the Barlow Clowes name.
The buy back early November, 2003 was the third so far made by the company reducing its debt by US$146 million to less than US$600 million.
Givaudan AG, Geneva, Switzerland, said it plans to buy back 10%, of its own shares, citing a lack of acquisition prospects as the reason.
ANKARA, Aug 27, 2010 (TUR) -- Turkey's Treasury Undersecretariat decided on Friday to launch buy back auctions.
The Company has appointed Canaccord Genuity Limited to manage a programme to buy back ordinary shares within certain pre-set parameters (the "Buy-back Programme").
Uae: Emaar Properties said yesterday it would implement a programme to buy back its shares, which have have fallen by nearly 50 per cent this year.
It said the halt was in keeping with regulations which stipulate that no listed company may buy back shares two weeks prior and three days following announcing financial results.
Copenhagen Airports expects to buy back shares during the period until the next annual general meeting, scheduled to be held on 21 April 2005.
The Company expects to buy back shares during the period until the next annual general meeting, which is scheduled to be held on 21 April 2005, excluding the windows during which a share buy-back would contravene applicable rules and legislation, including the three weeks preceding publication of the Company's quarterly reports.
These companies buy back used products, dismantle them, refurbish them, and then resell them at a substantial savings to potential buyers.
Renault SA (Renault) (EURONEXT: RNO), a France-based automaker, is proposing to buy back 10 percent of its equity.