Trade Sample Clauses

Trade. Pursuant to the federal Export Administration Act and Ohio Revised Code 9.76(B), the LPA and any contractor or sub-contractor shall warrant that they are not boycotting any jurisdiction with whom the United States and the State of Ohio can enjoy open trade, including Israel, and will not do so during the term of this Agreement. The State of Ohio does not acquire supplies or services that cannot be imported lawfully into the United States. The LPA certifies that it, its Contractors, subcontractors, and any agent of the Contractor or its subcontractors, acquire any supplies or services in accordance with all trade control laws, regulations or orders of the United States, including the prohibited source regulations set forth in subpart 25.7, Prohibited Sources, of the Federal Acquisition Regulation and any sanctions administered or enforced by the U.S. Department of Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control. A list of those sanctions by country can be found at center/sanctions/Programs/Pages/Programs.aspx. These sanctions generally preclude acquiring any supplies or services that originate from sources within, or that were located in or transported from or through Cuba, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Syria, or the Crimea region of Ukraine.
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Trade. The sale that Landlord may make after Tenant does not elect to purchase the Premises under Section 49(c), or such a purchase is not closed may be pursuant to a trade for other property so long as such other property has a fair market value of at least ninety percent (90%) of the price offered to Tenant pursuant to Section 49(a) above, or not less than the Tenant's last counter-offer to Landlord, whichever is greater.
Trade. During the Term and for the time that an applicable customer remains on Buyer’s order to cash system, Buyer will continue to administer all current trade or similar allowances offered by Buyer to such customer purchasing Seller Products and will pass through such costs to Seller in accordance with Section 4(A) above. The amounts and terms for such trade programs are attached hereto as Exhibit B; provided that Exhibit B shall be mutually agreed to in writing by Buyer and Seller and updated prior to the Effective Date to reflect the most current information. Upon expiration of such trade or similar allowances with current customers or with respect to future customers, Seller will negotiate the terms of the allowance directly with such customers and will be fully liable for the expense of such deals, and Seller will notify Buyer of the details of such allowance where necessary.
Trade. Secrets and Confidential Information. The Company may disclose to Employee certain "Confidential Information" (defined below), including but not limited to "Trade Secrets" (defined below). Employee acknowledges and agrees that the Confidential Information is the sole and exclusive property of the Company (or a third party providing such information to the Company) and that the Company or such third party owns all worldwide rights therein under patent, copyright, trade secret, confidential information, or other property right. Employee acknowledges and agrees that the disclosure of the Confidential Information to Employee does not confer upon Employee any license, interest or rights of any kind in or to the Confidential Information. Employee may use the Confidential Information solely for the benefit of the Company while Employee is employed or retained by the Company. Except in the performance of services for the Company, Employee will hold in confidence and will not use, reproduce, distribute, transmit, reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble, or transfer, directly or indirectly, in any form, by any means, or for any purpose, the Confidential Information or any portion thereof. Employee agrees to return to the Company, upon request by the Company, the Confidential Information and all materials relating thereto. Employee's obligations under this Agreement with regard to the Trade Secrets shall remain in effect for as long as such information shall remain a trade secret under applicable law. Employee acknowledges that its obligations with regard to the Confidential Information (other than Trade Secrets) shall remain in effect while Employee is employed or retained by the Company and for two (2) years thereafter. As used herein, unless otherwise defined under applicable law, "Trade Secrets" means information of the Company, its licensors, suppliers, customers, or prospective licensors or customers, including, but not limited to, technical or nontechnical data, formulas, patterns, compilations, programs, devices, methods, techniques, drawings, processes, financial data, financial plans, product plans, or a list of actual or potential customers or suppliers, which (a) derives economic value, actual or potential, from not being generally known to, and not being readily ascertainable by proper means by, other persons who can obtain economic value from its disclosure or use, and (b) is the subject of efforts that are reasonable under the circumstances to maintai...
Trade. At any time during the term of this contract, the Team may trade this contract to any other Team in the AFL. If the Team trades the Player, it will pay the Player's reasonable transportation expense to the location of his new Team. The Player must report to the new Team he is traded to within forty-eight (48) hours of being informed of the trade. If the Team ceases or suspends operations, the AFL may, but is not obligated to, assign this contract to another Team in the AFL via a dispersal draft or any other distribution method determined by the AFL.
Trade. From time to time, August Technology may designate one or more August Technology trademarks or trade names as available for Firfax's use, and will provide standards for that use in August Technology material. August Technology authorizes Firfax to use these designated trademarks only as follows:
Trade. Smart Sand recognizes and agrees to comply with Buyer’s trade compliance policy. Said policy prohibits involvement in this Agreement of any entity known to be headquartered in, or owned or controlled by a national of, these countries: Cuba, Iran, Sudan or Syria. Smart Sand is also hereby on notice that Buyer will not accept goods originating from any country subject to trade sanctions including Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan or Syria. Should goods of such country of origin be delivered to Buyer against this explicit instruction, the goods will be immediately returned by Buyer to Smart Sand at Smart Sand’s expense. When the goods provided to Buyer (or part thereof) are subject to export control laws and regulations imposed by a government, Smart Sand will provide Buyer with applicable export control classification or rating number(s), and Harmonized Tariff Schedule Number(s) including certificates of manufacture in accordance with the origin rules imposed by the applicable governmental authorities. If said goods are eligible for preferential tax or tariff treatment (such as free trade or international agreement), Smart Sand will provide Buyer with the documentation required to participate in said treatment.
Trade. Av7igle 4 Objectives The Parries shall underrake ro forge closer relarions wirh rhe aim of encouraging rhe increase and diversificarion of rrade, preparing for subsequenr gradual and reciprocal liberalisarion of rrade and promoring condirions which are conducive ro rhe esrablishmenr of rhe Inrerregional Associarion, raking inro accounr, in conformiry wirh WTO rules, rhe sensiriviry of cerrain goods. Av7igle 5 Dialogue on trade and economic matters
Trade. Bilateral trade between India and Japan has increased from a meagre USD 4.2 billion in 1996-97 to around USD 18 billion in 2012 -13 (figure 1). The data is given in the annexure 1 of the text. The main items of India’s exports to Japan are iron ore, metal products, food products including marine products, raw materials and chemical products. The main items of India’s imports from Japan are general machinery, metal products, electrical machinery, metal products and transport machinery.Trade facilitation and enhancement is further envisaged as a consequence of the signing of the Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) between the two countries in August 2011.Figure 1. India’s exports & Imports from Japan (in US million dollars) Source: accessed on 8 April 2016