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NRE

(Non-Recurring Engineering) The cost of creating a new product, which is paid up front. Contrast with "production cost," which is ongoing and based on the quantity of material produced. For example, in the semiconductor industry, the NRE is the cost of developing the circuit design and photomasks; the production cost is the cost to manufacture each wafer.
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As a result of the complexity and the form of the FIE Rules and scarcity of information, many Canadian taxpayers (particularly investors holding minority interests) will likely make investments in NREs without knowing (or being in a position to demonstrate, if challenged) whether or not the NRE is a FIE.
In spite of resistance from the promoter of Gujarat NRE Coking Coal Ltd, the company had planned to buy the entire part of balance shares of the Australian firm via offering per share price of Aus $0.
Minter Ellison's corporate advisory team comprising partners Callen O'Brien and Ben Smith and senior associate Sebastian Rosholt advised Gujarat NRE Mineral Resources Limited in relation to the sale, an all-cash transaction.
CONTACT: The NRE Contact, Richard West, 1-212-595-4600; or Nitron Advisors Contact, Scott Lichtman, +1-212-682-6679
He brings direct experience from one of Wall Street's largest global research organizations and we are very pleased to have him on our team," said David Weild IV, President and CEO of The NRE.
Under the agreement, Investars will independently evaluate research coverage arranged by The NRE for compliance with standards established by The NRE and deemed appropriate to each Research Provider's investor base.
In its role as neutral intermediary, The NRE conducts contract negotiations, monitors fulfillment and provides a platform for addressing disputes.
Structured ASICs reduce much of the up-front NRE and shorten development time by using pre-diffused transistors and metal layers to implement logic cells, memory, and I/O common to many designs.
A recent survey of train travellers showed that around 40 percent, or two-fifths of the respondents use a smartphone in the UK, and around one in three queries to NRE comes from a mobile or a smartphone.
NS) have raised interest rates on NRE deposits to 9.
with $75,000 NRE and 50,000 unit minimum order quantities in second half calendar year 2005.
a fixed place of business caused either by the operation of assets of the NRE located in the Contracting State or the action in that state of individual persons in a paid-employment relationship with the NRE, or