Major Markets definition

Major Markets means [***].

Examples of Major Markets in a sentence

  • BI may sublicense or subcontract its rights to Research, Develop or Commercialize Products in whole or in part to any of its Affiliates, subject to BI’s prior written notification to Vitae, and/or in whole or in part to Third Parties with respect to the Major Markets, subject to Vitae’s prior written consent, such consent not to be unreasonably withheld, conditioned or delayed.

  • BI shall use Diligent Efforts to Commercialize Products in the Major Markets.

  • However, BI may sublicense or subcontract its rights to Commercialize Products in part to any Third Parties with respect to countries outside of the Major Markets upon prior written notification to Vitae.

  • BI shall be solely responsible for, and shall use Diligent Efforts in the Major Markets in connection with, the submission of information, communicating with, and seeking Marketing Authorization Approvals from, Governmental Authorities in respect of Products and will keep Vitae informed, through the Joint Steering Committee or applicable subcommittee, of all significant issues arising therefrom.

  • The Development Plan shall provide an overview of key activities projected for the Development of the applicable Product in the Field in the Major Markets.


More Definitions of Major Markets

Major Markets means the [***].
Major Markets means the United Kingdom, the United States, France, Italy, Germany, Spain and Japan and “Major Market” shall mean any one of them.
Major Markets means the following countries: […***…].
Major Markets means any of the following countries or groups of countries: (i) the United States of America; (ii) Canada; (iii) France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom (each, a “Major European Market”); (iv) Japan; and (v) Russia, Brazil or China (each, a “Major BRIC Market”).
Major Markets means […***…].