CPC Sample Clauses

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CPC. Upon completion of the Development Program, and after (a) completion of all construction work related to the first mine(s) and plant facilities included in the Project, (b) completion of necessary tests ensuring safe and stable production have been completed, and (c) the Project has packaged its Product over a calendar month at a rate at least equal to one-twelfth of the first 12 months total budgeted production, the Manager shall declare commercial production commencement (“CPC”), and the Company shall be deemed to have placed the Project into commercial operation as of the date of such declaration (“CPC Date”).
CPC. CPC may terminate this Agreement for cause if any of the following occurs: (i) an Insolvency Event shall occur with respect to AIPC, that, in CPC's reasonable opinion, materially threatens AIPC's ability to perform hereunder; (ii) a material breach by AIPC of any non-payment terms of this Agreement, including but not limited to any material misrepresentation of financial or other information or persistent disregard of laws or regulations which has not been cured after notice from CPC to AIPC and the expiration of the period to cure as provided in Section 16.2.3 below; (iii) subject to the terms hereof and for any reason, other than Force Majeure or the fault of CPC, AIPC fails to supply to CPC the lesser of (A) CPC's Actual requirements for Products ordered from AIPC, or (B) the applicable annual AIPC Guaranteed Maximum Volume; or (iv) as provided in Section 22 below upon the occurrence of an event described therein.
CPC. A Freddie Mac Callable Pass-Through Certificate issued under a Pass-Through Agreement or, if so provided in the applicable Terms Supplement, this Agreement.
CPC. Except if prevented by an event of Force Majeure, if CPC fails to purchase the Minimum Volume of Products in any Contract Year, CPC shall pay * . Amounts payable by CPC to AIPC * for all pounds of Product below the Minimum Volume not purchased by CPC. Amounts payable by CPC to AIPC under this Section 10.2.1 will be reduced by amounts paid by CPC to, and received by, AIPC with respect to * under Section 3.2.2 above throughout such Contract Year.
CPC. They characterize the main modes through a rotated principal component
CPC p.p.)(p.p.)(p.p.) 1110.171.2744.08CPCThe sign of “–” in the CP IC corresponds to the cases when there are no incremental clicks due to defensive advertsing, leading to a negative values of CPIC. The “*” next to the last column corresponds to the caseCPCwith the lowest CP ICfor a given number of competitors. CPCalmost always occupy the top paid position on the page, our estimates allow us to compute the CPIC for the lower “defensive” positions of the focal brands’ paid links, which might be optimal due to lower cannibalization rates reported in Figure 3 and lower CPC rates. For each number of competitors (column 1) and each possible “defensive” position of the focal brand’s paid link (column 2), Table 3 presents the estimates of traffic stealing with no defense (column 3), with defense (column 4), and the volume of paid traffic the focal brand needs to pay when it defends (column 5). The last column computes the implied CPIC ratios. If we assume that the focal brand’s CPC is the same across all the positions, results in the last column in Table 3 imply that the focal brands get the lowest CPIC rates when they occupy the top paid position. However, the differences between the CPIC to CPC ratios vary a lot across the conditions; with one competitor, defensive advertising in the topCPCCPCposition leads to a CPIC of 4.95, and defensive advertising in position 2 leads to a CPIC of13.99, almost a three times higher ratio in the latter case. In contrast, moving from the paidCPCposition one to the position two with four competitors increases the CPICof the focal brandonly by 19.1% (2.57 versus 3.06), signaling that lower defensive positions might be optimal if the corresponding CPC for the lower position is substantially lower and the cost of the incremental traffic is a concern. The median ratio in rank scores of the second and third competitors in the data is 1.45-1.56 across the conditions, implying that for the median case with three or four competitors, the CPIC of the focal brand would be lower if it defends by occupying mainline 2 instead of mainline 1. An important caveat is that focal brands ends up losing a substantial share of traffic in this case, meaning that they might prefer to occupy the top position to reduce traffic stealing, even though the implied CPIC is higher.
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