Definition of PPI


PPI means Producer Price Index for finished goods published by the United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, and, if no longer published, any comparable successor index selected by Delta.


PPI means Palestine-Principal, Inc.

PPI means Parkway Properties, Inc., a Maryland corporation.

Examples of PPI in a sentence

Index code for access on the Web site of the US Bureau of Labor Statistics: CIU2023211000000I. Material Index: Industrial Commodities (hereinafter referred to as IC) as published in PPI Detailed Report (found in Table 6.
Colgate or its Mexican affiliates shall pay for the cost and expense of such decommissioning; provided, however, that (i) such cost shall not exceed the (****) (subject to escalation according to the applicable PPI Index, retroactive to the beginning of any applicable year, over the 1997 base therefor for all contract years after 1997), and (ii) such decommissioning commences prior to the fifth anniversary of the Commencement Date.
If the PPI or the FERC Oil Pipeline Index is no longer published, the HollyFrontier Entities and the Partnership Entities shall negotiate in good faith to agree on a new index that gives comparable protection against inflation or deflation and the same method of adjustment for increases in the new index shall be used to calculate increases in the Minimum Pipeline Revenue Commitment, tariff rates, the Volume Incentive Tariff, Tankage Revenue Commitment, or Roswell Terminal Payment, as applicable.
Index code for access on the Web site of the US Bureau of Labor Statistics: CIU2023211000000I. Material Index: Industrial Commodities (hereinafter referred to as IC) as published in PPI detailed report (found in Table 6.
Energy Index: "Fuels and Related Products and Power" Code 5 (hereinafter referred to as "EP-Index"), published by the US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, in "PPI Detailed Report" (Table 6: Producer price indexes and percent changes for 204 commodity groupings and individual items, not seasonally adjusted) (Base year 1982 = 100) or such other names which may be from time to time used for the publication title and/or table.