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1. With respect to exports, a cooperative manufacturing arrangement (e.g., US Government or company with foreign government or company) providing for the transfer of production information that enables an eligible foreign government, international organization, or commercial producer to manufacture, in whole or in part, an item of US defense equipment. Such an arrangement would include the functions of production engineering, controlling, quality assurance, and determination of resource requirements. This is normally accomplished under the provisions of a manufacturing license agreement per the US International Traffic in Arms Regulation and could involve the implementation of a government-to-government memorandum of understanding.
2. A cooperative manufacturing arrangement (US Government or company with foreign government or company) providing for the transfer of production information which enables the receiving government, international organization, or commercial producer to manufacture, in whole or in part, an item of defense equipment. The receiving party could be an eligible foreign government, international organization, or foreign producer; or the US Government or a US producer, depending on which direction the information is to flow. A typical coproduction arrangement would include the functions of production engineering, controlling, quality assurance, and determining of resource requirements. It may or may not include design engineering information and critical materials production and design information.
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Un programme riche et varie a ete elabore autour de trois themes, a savoir le financement, la formation et la coproduction.
With 50 film and television co-productions between Canada and Australia, it s a natural fit to build on this relationship and create an incentive for interactive digital media coproduction, says Valerie Creighton, President and CEO, CMF.
Salman was present on the set of the comedy show to promote his new coproduction Hero , along with the film's budding stars, Athiya Shetty and Suraj Pancholi.
Dans ce sens, Pablo Cesar, qui fut un pionnier dans les coproductions de son pays natal, l'Argentine, avec la Tunisie, le Benin, le Mali, le Cap vert, l'Angola, l'Ethiopie et l'Inde, a evoque son prochain projet de coproduction maroco-argentine avec le realisateur marocain Mohamed Badaoui, ajoutant que les scenes de ce film seront tournees au Maroc et en Argentine.
There are many examples of coproduction already happening in communities and health organisations across Wales, and they are making an impact.
Multifaceted Agreement Also Encompasses Chinese Distribution, Co-development and Coproduction Opportunities, Expanded TV Relationship
And in film and television, a coproduction treaty between the UK and China has been ratified and announced in Shanghai which will allow qualifying film co-productions to access domestic benefits, including sources of finance and an easier route to audiences.
Both the dignitaries expressed their satisfaction on the current level of development in the coproduction of JF17 Thunder aircraft.
During his illustrious career, he has commanded an Engineering Wing and also served as Chief Engineer JF17 Coproduction Project, Aircraft Manufacturing Factory, Kamra and Deputy Managing Director Mirage Rebuild Factory, Kamra.
It helps of course that this coproduction between the Tricycle Theatre and Liverpool's Royal Court has comedy veteran - and former Convent girl - Kathy Burke at the helm.
Petra Seliskar's new documentary Mama Europa, a Macedonian-Slovenian coproduction, was shown as part of the State of Europe Program, while Ahmed Ghoneimy's short film The Cave, a Macedonian-Egyptian coproduction, was shown as part of the Spectrum Shorts Program.
Written by an award-winning creative team of Claire Duffy, Jon Spooner and Chris Thorpe this new Unlimited/ Northern Stage coproduction follows in the footsteps of successful shows such as Mission to Mars, Tangle and The Ethics of Progress.