Temporary ADR(s means the ADRs issued by the Depositary to evidence Temporary ADSs issued under the terms of this Deposit Agreement (including, without limitation, Section 2.12 hereof), as such Temporary ADRs may be amended from time to time in accordance with the terms hereof. A Temporary ADR may evidence any number of Temporary ADSs and may, in the case of Temporary ADSs held through a central depository such as DTC, be in the form of a "Balance Certificate". Temporary ADRs shall, unless otherwise specifically set forth herein or in the applicable Temporary ADR(s), be deemed to be ADRs for all purposes under this Deposit Agreement.
Notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, the Depositary shall not issue Temporary ADRs in physical certificated form and Holders of Temporary ADRs shall not be entitled to receive definitive Temporary ADRs, except as may be required by any book-entry settlement system in which the Temporary ADSs are accepted for settlement.
Notwithstanding anything in this Section 2.03 to the contrary, the Depositary shall execute and deliver Temporary ADRs evidencing Temporary ADSs only in respect of a deposit of a Certificate of Payment in connection with an offering of Shares.
The terms "Receipts" or "ADRs" shall mean the American Depositary Receipts issued hereunder evidencing American Depositary Shares and shall include Temporary ADRs unless the context requires otherwise.
The term "Temporary ADRs", as defined in Section 2.10, shall mean the Temporary American Depositary Receipts issued hereunder evidencing Temporary ADSs.
No certificated Temporary ADRs will be issued except for a "Balance Certificate" evidencing all Temporary ADSs held in DTC, which shall be substantially in the form of Temporary ADR set forth in Exhibit A hereto, except as may be necessary to identify and treat the Temporary ADSs as separate and distinct from any other ADSs issued under the terms of this Deposit Agreement.