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In other words: different forms of capital proved more easily substitutable for each other than Ricardo thought and the rural landowners of the 18th century became the industrial tycoons of the 20th.
The Appellate Body first stated that this concept should be interpreted narrowly because of the existence of the concept of 'directly competitive or substitutable products' used in the second sentence of Article III: 2.
To that end, consider two substitutable products, produced either by a single manufacturer or by two manufacturers.
The ratings are, however, constrained by the stiff competition prevalent in the industry from a large number of competitors as well as substitutable products and its dependence on lower margin hawai chappals for more than 47% of its revenues.
One of our strategic objectives is to offer fully substitutable generic versions of key branded medicines, including respiratory medicines.
One of Sandoz's strategic aims is to offer fully substitutable generic versions of key branded medicines, including respiratory drugs, a key focus area complementing the company's global leading position in biosimilars and complex injectables, Jeff George, division head at Sandoz, said.
5121-1 may not prohibit the oral pharmaceutical forms of a generic drug substitutable to this product under article L.
An analysis of this same data set at the product category level by Romero, Foxall, Schrezenmaier, Oliveira-Castro, and James (2006) was based on the prediction that the substitutable products would show matching, while the independent and complementary products would show undermatching or, in the case of some complementary product combinations, antimatching.
based Vectura Group Plc, was likely driven by the lack of a route to get a substitutable product approved in the U.
report argued that consumers cannot taste the difference between bottled and tap water, concluding that bottled water is therefore substitutable by tap.
If approved for marketing, Stavzor will be a branded product; it will not be AB-rated to or generically substitutable for Depakote, nor will Depakote or any Depakote[R] generics be substitutable for Stavzor.
Wine and wine glasses are distinct by nature and by their use and are neither in competition with one another nor substitutable.