output contract


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a contract in which you promise to deliver your entire output to the other party who promises to accept it

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The "Corporate Property Insurance Demand in the Presence of Postloss Financing" section characterizes an output contract to be fulfilled by a risk-neutral producer.
Crucially, it has also made a shift to output contracts, considered by many a key step toward getting the best deal from an FM provider.
As part of the continued extension of its global distribution infrastructure, Lionsgate, a top global entertainment firm, has entered a multifaceted output contract with fast-growing Leone Film Group in Italy covering feature films from its Lionsgate and Summit labels, the two firms declared.
Specifically, Dynegy cautions that the transaction may not close on schedule, if at all, and it may not prove to be financially advantageous to Dynegy as a result of unknown market conditions, output contract terms, costs of construction and future environmental regulation.
Specifically, Dynegy cautions that the transaction may not prove to be financially advantageous to Dynegy as a result of unknown market conditions, output contract terms, costs of construction and future environmental regulation.
There are few opportunities in today's market to acquire power plants with a long-term output contract already in place," said David Eppler, Cleco's president and chief executive officer.
At any rate, there is every reason to expect consumption from these countries to decline as economic output contracts.
Increasing and undue intervention from clients by inputs into output contracts is another issue that is complicating the FM industry woes.
ABC and Turner aren't the only ones expected to shy away from future output contracts.
The relevant transitional periods that correspond to the available data can be divided into the communal system (1976-1980), used as a base comparison throughout, and two principal market reform periods designated by: (a) output contracts (1981-1987) and (b) trade liberalisation (1988-1994).
Certain parts of the Proposed PAB Regulations were not finalized, including those for output contracts (e.
With an American major, output contracts with a couple of indies and individual pick-ups from the spot market feeding the foreign pipeline, we are now increasing our representation of Nordic films.
Retain the benefits and burdens tests for the determination of private business use through output contracts so municipal power communities will continue to be able to offer wholesale and retail requirements contracts, provided the contracts neither transfer the governments' proprietary interest in any facility nor create an obligation to make payments to satisfy the private business test.
Factory output contracts for second month in arow in December
The majors are not likely to write any output contracts in the near future, with one ongoing exception: the feature-length cartoons and family movies released by Walt Disney Pictures, which go to ABC and the Disney Channel.