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settlement rate

The amount charged by the local access carrier for terminating a call from another country. It also refers to the amount charged by one ISP for carrying the traffic of another. See Tier 1 network.
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Within the framework of the existing tasks, mobile payment systems are being formed, the reduction of settlement rates and the development of non-cash payments, which contributes to the reduction of shadow trade.
Common features include: (1) an upward trend in overall settlement rates and settlements at the direct bargaining stage and (2) a decline in overall dispute rates including settlements at the work stoppage stage.
An evaluation of the pilot project showed that in the two divisions, the settlement rates was 55.7 per cent and 53 per cent.
OA-induced changes in settlement substrates such as species composition or distribution could cause changes in settlement rates of paua--as well as other invertebrate--larvae.
The changes should include the reopening of claims from older years, changes in reserves or payment patters, changes to claim closure or settlement rates, changes to claim frequency and severities, increasing attorney involvement and fees paid to attorneys.
By focusing initially on re-engineering the night cycle, a processing batch occurring in the overnight hours, DTCC seeks to significantly increase settlement rates going into the next morning.
New settlement rates are effective August 1, 2016, subject to ultimate approval of the settlement by FERC.
In contrast to predictions, there was no positive relationship between the yield of mussels on ropes and settlement rates on corresponding weeks.
The DIFC Courts said that settlement rates remain at 92 per cent, partially due to a new fee structure that gives incentives to parties to settle early by rebating court fees.
Settlement rates varied significantly, from 1% to 14% of face value.
This new report analyzed filing trends, decisions, and timing to key events, as well as settlement rates, damages and other data.