Fourth Deployment Group Sample Clauses

Fourth Deployment Group. The portion of the Purchase Price for the Products included in the fourth Deployment Group, shall be One Million Nine Hundred and Nine Thousand (US$ 1,909,000.00) dollars of the United States of America.

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