Commodities. 1, The Parties recognise the need to ensure a better operation of international commodity markets and to increase market transparency.2. They confirm their willingness to step up consultations between them in the international fora and organisations dealing with commodities.3. To this end, exchange of views shall take place at the request of either Party:THE COTONOU AGREEMENTâ regarding the operation of existing international agreements or specialised intergovernmental working parties with the aim of improving them and making them more effective, consistent with market trends;â _ when it is proposed to conclude or renew an international agreement or set up a specialised intergovernmental working party.The aim of such exchanges of views shall be to take account of the respective interest of each party. They may take place, where necessary, in the framework of the Ministerial Trade Committee.Chapter 4. Trade in services
Commodities. During the period of this BOA, Chemonics may order and the Supplier may furnish and deliver health commodities authorized by USAID and USAID’s designated quality assurance contractor, Global Health Supply Chain Program - Quality Assurance (GHSC-QA), or other authorizing agent specified in the Annex, if applicable. Authorized items include, but are not limited to, the commodities listed in the Annex(es). Commodities offered in response to a Request for Quotes (RFQ), Request for Proposals (RFP) or other solicitation shall comply with the specifications and quality requirements included therein, including, but not limited to, shelf life, packaging, and documentation requirements. An Annex with specific terms and conditions may be periodically negotiated under this BOA in response to an RFQ or RFP. An Annex negotiated hereunder shall be expressly incorporated into and made a part of this BOA and include, but not be limited to, additional contract provisions, firm fixed unit and/or ceiling prices, and agreed commodity details. Chemonics may allocate Orders for products listed and priced in accordance with the provisions set forth in that Annex.
Commodities. Hedging Contracts entered into with the purpose and effect of fixing prices on oil, gas, and natural gas liquids expected to be produced by Restricted Persons, provided that at the time such Hedging Contract is entered into: (i) no such Hedging Contract fixes a price for a term of more than sixty (60) months after such contract is entered into; (ii) the aggregate monthly production covered by all such contracts (determined, (A) in the case of contracts that are not settled on a monthly basis, by a monthly proration acceptable to Administrative Agent and (B) by excluding basis differential swaps on volumes already hedged pursuant to other Hedging Contracts) for any single month does not, at the time such Hedging Contract is entered into, in the aggregate exceed the greater of (x) for the five-year period following the date such contract is executed, ninety percent (90%) of Restricted Persons’ aggregate Total PDP Projected Production, and (y) for the two-year period following the date such contract is executed, eighty-five percent (85%) of Restricted Persons’ aggregate Total Proved Projected Production, and for periods thereafter to the sixtieth month following the date such contract is executed, seventy-five percent (75%) of Restricted Persons’ aggregate Total Proved Projected Production, and (iii) each such contract is with an Approved Counterparty. The percentages set forth in clause (ii) of the preceding sentence must be calculated and measured separately for projected oil, gas, and natural gas liquid production and calculated based upon the most recently delivered Engineering Report.
Commodities. Hedging Contracts entered into with the purpose and effect of fixing prices on oil, gas, and natural gas liquids expected to be produced by Restricted Persons, provided that at all times (i) no such contract fixes a price for a term of more than sixty (60) months; (ii) the aggregate monthly production covered by all such contracts (determined, in the case of contracts that are not settled on a monthly basis, by a monthly proration acceptable to Administrative Agent) for any single month does not in the aggregate exceed the Applicable Commodity Hedging Percentage; (iii) except for letters of credit and the Collateral under the Security Documents with respect to Lender Hedging Obligations, no such contract requires any Restricted Person to put up money, assets, or other security against the event of its nonperformance prior to actual default by such Restricted Person in performing its obligations thereunder; and (iv) each such contract is with an Approved Counterparty. The percentages set forth in clause (ii) of the preceding sentence must be calculated and measured separately for projected oil, gas, and natural gas liquid production.
Commodities. The Organisation shall keep a list of equipment and commodities procured with the contribution funds. The equipment and commodities shall be used exclusively for the purpose of implementing the project activities detailed in Article II and Annexes 1-4 of this Agreement. Unless otherwise agreed by the Embassy and the Organisation, the commodities and equipment shall become the property of the Embassy upon the completion of the project, if the purchase value of the equipment or commodities was charged up to 50% on the Embassy funds. For the purposes of this Article, the project shall be considered completed, when the Embassy has accepted the final report and made the final payment.
Commodities. ABBOTT will label and package the Product in accordance with instructions and specifications provided by CEPHALON. ABBOTT will submit to CEPHALON for CEPHALON's approval, which shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed, artwork proofs of all labels, package inserts and packaging prior to use by ABBOTT.
Commodities. Adjustments shall be made in the Fee Adjustment Basis AOP’s so that Cost Incentive Adjustments shall not be affected by changes in the actual unit costs of Commodities incurred by TWCC (whether incurred through Capital Investments, operating expenses, or other costs) in comparison to Approved AOP’s. Such adjustments shall be as provided in below.
Commodities. Any USDA-donated commodities received by the school food authority and made available to the food service management company must accrue only to the benefit of and be used only in the school food authority's nonprofit school food service. 7 CFR 210.16(a)(6), 250.12(c)(i). The liability for the proper use of these commodities will be the responsibility of the food service management company. The food service management company shall maintain accurate and complete records with respect to the receipt, use/disposition, storage and inventory of donated foods. Failure by the food service management company to maintain records required under the Contract shall be considered factual evidence of improper distribution or loss of donated foods. The school food authority is responsible for obtaining restitution from the food service management company in connection with any claim for improper distribution, use or loss of, or damage to donated foods. 7 CFR 210.16(a) (6), 250.12(b) (4). Title to USDA-donated foods must remain with the school food authority. 7 CFR 250.451(a).
Commodities. CONTRACTOR hereby agrees to provide the CITY with SEWER VACUUM, HYDRO-EXCAVATION, AND STREET SWEEPER EQUIPMENT, WITH RELATED ACCESSORIES AND SUPPLIES under the Sourcewell Contract. Nothing herein shall limit the CITY’S right to obtain proposals or services from other contractors for same or similar work. CONTRACTOR may also provide to the CITY additional related commodities that may not be on schedule/contract and considered to be Open Market commodities. The cost of Open Market commodities may be negotiated between the parties. During the term of this Participation Agreement, any negotiated price, terms or discounts may not be less favorable to the CITY than the price, terms or discounts approved by Sourcewell or any other participating government agency.