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something undertaken, especially something requiring extensive planning and work

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M2 EQUITYBITES-July 31, 2017-UK Competition and Markets Authority to Look at Undertakings Offer in Origin/ Bunn Fertiliser Tie-Up
He said that a practical removal of the sanctions requires President Obama's written endorsement, "but he has not yet done that despite their undertaking. We have complied with our undertakings before the specified time but unfortunately, the western sides have not yet called off their sanctions," he added.
More than 20 MBA students from a range of programmes have worked in local and regional companies in both the private and the public sector undertaking a variety of significant management projects.
The Commission has, meanwhile, indicated that it would be prepared to support the majority of Parliament's amendments (consultation procedure), which clarify the role of the various stakeholders in the project and introduce provisions to avoid conflicts of interest that might emerge from private enterprises being members of the joint undertaking. They also strictly frame the various stages of the programme deemed vital for addressing the projected increase in air traffic, which is expected to double over the next 20 years.
"We're pleased with this undertaking, which will greatly increase the efficiency of the thousands upon thousands of lighting fixtures that operate in the complex each day," said Steve Stadmeyer, general manager of PCV/ST.
The Finnish electronic security systems provider Stonesoft reports that following its complaint to the European Commission, Israeli-based Check Point Software Technologies Ltd has provided a formal undertaking to restrict certain business practices.
183 "hobby loss" rules, which focus on using facts and circumstances to determine "the degree of organizational and economic interrelationship in various undertakings, the business purpose which is ...
(Alliance News) - The UK Competition & Markets Authority said Friday it might be able to clear the acquisition of DS Smith PLC's plastic division by Liqui-Box Corp following the offer of undertakings by Liqui-Box.
ENPNewswire-July 29, 2019--Ruralco Holdings Limited - ACCC seeks feedback on draft s87B undertaking
This concept of profit distribution is contrary to the conventional notion of bonds being 'fixed income' instruments and many attempts have been made to develop instruments such as the 'purchase undertaking' to safeguard and lock-in the principal and profit element or coupon payments under the Sukuk certificates.
The CMA has considered the undertakings offered and announced that it considers that there are reasonable grounds for believing that the undertaking offered, or a modified version of it, might be accepted by the CMA to remedy the substantial lessening of competition identified by the CMA.
Under these lock-up undertakings, the banks have undertaken, with certain reservations and exceptions, towards the company's advisor Pareto Securities AB, during a period commencing on the date of the signing of each respective lock-up undertaking and ending on the earlier of the date, it is finally established that the banks in aggregate hold less than 12% of the total number of shares in the company.
The statement said under section 11 of the Competition Act, 2010, the undertakings intending to acquire the shares or assets of another undertaking, or two or more undertakings intending to merge and meet the pre-merger notification thresholds stipulated in the merger regulations, have to apply for clearance from the Competition Commission of Pakistan.
Institutions are the outcome of diverse types of organized human undertaking and they may alter in time: they do not have stable features and they are not equilibrium systems that are likely to move back to their initial states after perturbances.