Rate of Exchange. The term "rate of exchange" in this Section 12 means the rate at which the Administrative Agent in accordance with its normal practices is able on the relevant date to purchase Dollars with the judgment currency and includes any premium and costs of exchange payable in connection with such purchase.
Rate of Exchange. If, for the purpose of obtaining judgment in any court, it is necessary to convert a sum due hereunder or under the Notes in another currency into Dollars, the parties hereto agree, to the fullest extent that they may effectively do so, that the rate of exchange used shall be that at which, in accordance with normal banking procedures, the Administrative Agent could purchase such other currency with Dollars in New York City, New York, at the close of business on the Business Day immediately preceding the day on which final judgment is given, together with any premiums and costs of exchange payable in connection with such purchase.
Rate of Exchange upon request by the Issuer, inform the Issuer of the spot rate of exchange quoted by it for the purchase of the currency in which the relevant Notes are denominated against payment of euro (or such other currency specified by the Issuer) on the date on which the Relevant Agreement (as defined in the Dealer Agreement) in respect of such Notes was made; and
Rate of Exchange upon request by the relevant Issuer or, where applicable, the Guarantor, inform the relevant Issuer or, where applicable, the Guarantor of the spot rate of exchange quoted by it for the purchase of the currency in which the relevant Securities are denominated against payment of Euro (or such other currency specified by the relevant Issuer or, where applicable, the Guarantor) on the date on which the Relevant Agreement in respect of such Securities was made; and
Rate of Exchange. If funds provided under the Agreement are introduced into the territory of the Grantee by USAID or any public or private agency for purposes of carrying out the obligations of USAID hereunder, the Grantee will make such arrangements as may be necessary so that such funds may be converted into local currency at the highest rate of exchange which, at the time the conversion is made, is not unlawful in the country of the Grantee to any person for any purpose.
Rate of Exchange. 16.1. All bids involving imported products must use the rate of exchange that was applicable 14 days prior to the closing date indicated in the bid document. If this day falls on a weekend or public holiday, the next working day must be used.16.2. Bidders must submit documentary proof (in the form of a certified copy) from their bank or any recognized legal financial Institution, clearly indicating what the rate of exchange was 14 days prior to the closing date, as mentioned above. Information can be sourced from the internet from a financial Institution website.16.3. The Department of Health reserves the right to renegotiate the price should there be a reduction of the price in the market.16.4. This clause must be read in conjunction with paragraphs 6.1 and 6.2.