output contract


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Noun1.output contract - a contract in which you promise to deliver your entire output to the other party who promises to accept it
contract - a binding agreement between two or more persons that is enforceable by law
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Moreover, the PMI index indicates that new orders were really positive, explaining they turned positive in March for the first time since August last year, which in turn saw output contract only marginally.
ANKARA: The National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) has signed a new-style, less restrictive, output contract with an Iranian firm, a long-awaited template for contracts it hopes will tempt back foreign investors and boost production after years of sanctions.
April saw British factory output contract for the first time in three years as concerns regarding the global economy and troubles on the high street resulted in a drag on activity, the Telegraph reported on Tuesday.
Summary: Emerging-market output grew at weakest pace in 9 quarters; Q3 factory output contract, services growth at nine-quarter low; HSBC EM Index falls to fourth-weakest in series history
The other two changes provide a new standard for measuring the exact amount of private business use of excess electric energy or gas sold under an output contract (instead of only factoring the total capacity reserved for a private entity) and allow bond-financed transmission facilities to be operated by independent or regional system operators, as long as the operating contracts are consistent with existing rules governing management contracts.
The company, which grew exponentially during its first four years of operation in Greece, at a time when the southern Balkan country saw its economic output contract by one fourth resulting to an overall reduction in insurance premia of 40 per cent, "has teamed up with Swiss Re, one of the world's leading reinsurers, and Revolut, Europe's fastest-growing digital banking alternative, to enter the Cyprus home-insurance sector," it said in an emailed statement.
"Musanada is keen to develop the FM market across the region to witness the proper use of output contract and more adherence of HSE standards," continues Al Balooshi.
Germany, France and Italy, which make up two-thirds of the euro zone's industrial production, all saw their factory output contract for the second consecutive month in October, with Germany, the euro zone's largest economy, falling the most.
terribly surprised if we were to see output contract in the fourth quarter."
In comparison the computer and electronic products sub sector has seen output contract by 17.3% over the previous four quarters.