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(of leaves, flowers, etc.) facing the main stem
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Total adversely rated credits (classified and special mention combined) also fell considerably, to 6.
T has three businesses of equal size and sells the assets of two of them to an unrelated third party for cash: If two out of three businesses can be discontinued, two out of three businesses can be sold without adversely affecting the "B" reorganization.
competition and advances in technology may adversely affect sales and prices;
Problems in the information-technology sector (specifically the telecommunications industry) have been well documented and are evident in the substantial increase in adversely rated credits for 2001, albeit from low levels.
Strong competition exists in the sales of our promoted products, which could adversely affect the expected growth of our products' sales or increase our costs to sell our products.
3 percent, was classified adversely because of default or other significant credit concerns.
INCREASE IN ADVERSELY CLASSIFIED SYNDICATED BANK LOANS
Strong competition exists in the sales of our promoted products, which could adversely affect expected growth of our promoted products' sales or increase our costs to sell our promoted products.
All forward-looking statements are subject to numerous assumptions, risks and uncertainties which could cause our actual results to differ materially from those suggested by the forward-looking statements, including those set forth in our Report on Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2012 (our "Form 10-K"), such as: any developments related to antitrust investigations adversely affecting our financial condition, results, cash flows or reputation; economic conditions adversely affecting our business, results or the viability of our supply base; the unsuccessful implementation of our current expansion efforts adversely impacting our business or results; any shortage of supplies causing a production disruption for any customers or us; strengthening of the U.
intellectual property-related litigation expenses and other costs resulting from infringement claims asserted against the Company or its customers by third parties may adversely affect the Company's results of operations and its customer relations; and