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coproduction

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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I am very pleased that the Government of Canada has signed an audiovisual coproduction Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Belgian Communities.
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It's a Chinese/Swedish/UK coproduction adapted from a Norwegian bestseller and stars the German/Irish actor as an alcoholic police detective.
Les industries mecaniques, electriques et electroniques (IMEE), le secteur du textile-habillement, le cuir et chaussures, les filieres de l'industrie chimique, l'industrie agroalimentaire, le secteur du numerique et la filiere energetique sont les 6 secteurs prioritaires qui ont ete identifies par l'etude sur la coproduction en Tunisie, elaboree par l'Institut de Prospective economique du monde mediterraneen (IPEMED) et IPEMED Tunisie et publiee en septembre 2017.
Coproduction with Theatre UNO at the University of New Orleans, LA.
Aiming to promote Arab cinema and add a different creative vision in screening them in over 20 International Film festivals in 2017, the Arab Cinema Centre (ACC) announced its new partnership with Festival Internacional de Cine Latino Eurabe (LatinArab International Film Festival) and the LatinArab Coproduction Forum.
The festival kicked off on Thursday with Frameshift, a coproduction between Australian and Korean performance groups.
Aspirer a dynamiser la coproduction constitue [beaucoup moins que] un levier benefique pour les deux parties et l'Algerie dispose des capacites pour devenir une plate-forme regionale pour les firmes suedoises [beaucoup plus grand que], selon Bouchouareb.
On February 4, three weeks before this year's Oscars, Canada and Ireland signed a new coproduction treaty, updated from the previous one from 1989.
29) argues that the concept of coproduction seeks to fill a gap "between frames of analysis espoused by the traditional social sciences.
An investment by Alibaba or another Chinese media company, such as the Dalian Wanda Group or Tencent, would fit with the recent trend of Chinese firms signing coproduction deals or investing outright in Hollywood studios and production companies.
This study addresses the concept of coproduction factors of primary (hub) and secondary (partners) agents in strategic networks of shared service provisioning.