Common use of Future Periods Clause in Contracts

Future Periods. For future periods not covered by the above requirements, the thresholds shall be set by PFG in consultation with Borrower based on its then-current Plan, but in no event (for each measurement period) less than the immediately prior measurement period. For instance, the minimum EBITDA threshold for January 2019 would be as set, but in no event less than $32,500,000, and for March 2019 (for Revenues) would be as set but in no event less than $2,000,000.

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Samples: Loan and Security Agreement (Borqs Technologies, Inc.), Loan and Security Agreement (Borqs Technologies, Inc.), Loan and Security Agreement (Borqs Technologies, Inc.)

Future Periods. For future periods not covered by the above requirements, the thresholds shall be set by PFG in consultation with Borrower based on its then-current Plan, but in no event (for each measurement period) less than the immediately prior measurement period. For instance, the minimum EBITDA threshold for January 2019 would be as set, but in no event less than $32,500,000, and for March 2019 (for Revenues) would be as set but in no event less than $2,000,000.. Exhibit C – Convertible Note

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Samples: Loan and Security Agreement (Borqs Technologies, Inc.)

Future Periods. For future periods not covered by the above requirements, the thresholds shall be set by PFG in consultation with Borrower based on its then-current Plan, but in no event (for each measurement period) less than the immediately prior measurement period. For instance, the minimum EBITDA threshold for January 2019 would be as set, but in no event less than $32,500,000, and for March 2019 (for Revenues) would be as set but in no event less than $2,000,000.”

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Samples: Loan and Security Agreement (Borqs Technologies, Inc.)