Major European Country definition

Major European Country means any of France, Germany, Italy, Spain or the United Kingdom.
Major European Country means the United Kingdom, Italy, Germany, France or Spain.
Major European Country means [***].

Examples of Major European Country in a sentence

  • Licensee shall use Commercially Reasonable Efforts to develop and commercialize at least one Licensed Compound or Licensed Product in the Field in the United States, a Major European Country or Japan, whether alone or with or through one (1) or more Related Party.

  • If, after the Effective Date, an Option Country joins the European Union or European Free Trade Area, Celltech, in its sole discretion, may add such Option Country to the Territory and may designate such Option Country as a Major European Country or a Minor European Country.

  • In addition, in the event GSK is required by a regulatory agency to divest a Licensed Product in North America or a Major European Country, CK shall have the first right to negotiate with GSK to acquire full rights to such Licensed Product on commercially reasonable terms.

  • Sanofi will provide to Regulus a copy of the final draft of the Product Development Plans and IPPs (original and updates) for each of the U.S., each Major European Country and Japan, if available.

  • For example, KPLC provides customers with loans which cover the initial cost for electricity connection, and with the quick and easy bill payment service by mobile phone money transfer system.


More Definitions of Major European Country

Major European Country means any of the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy or Spain.
Major European Country means any of the following countries: [***].
Major European Country means either one of France, Germany, UK, Spain or Italy.
Major European Country means any of Germany, France, Spain, Italy, and the United Kingdom.
Major European Country means each of [ * ].
Major European Country means any of [**].
Major European Country means any of the following countries: France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom.