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(CAN, Control-X) ASCII character 24.
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In air traffic control terminology, it means “annul the previously transmitted clearance.”
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The company said: "In the last few months economic conditions have deteriorated and Russian trade sanctions have tightened, leading a number of customers to delay or cancel orders, particularly in our nuclear and energy and power-systems businesses."
According to the company's e-commerce terms and conditions, which customers accept electronically when making an online purchase, eXtra has the right to cancel orders in the event of any error in the price or if the quantity is unavailable.
After ordering more than 200 aircraft during an industry boom in 2007, DAE's leasing unit has been forced to cancel orders. In 2011, it cancelled outstanding Airbus orders worth USD$5.8 billion and also cancelled orders for 35 Boeing 737s.
A Baggies spokesman said: "Viagogo and the club reserve the right to cancel orders from buyers suspected to be opposition fans."
"We'll seek their understanding and will also request them not to cancel orders and shipments," he said.
planemaker, saying the incidents were glitches that can happen on new planes and confirming they had no plans to scale back or cancel orders for the aircraft, which has a list price of $207 mln.
Saxo Bank's current clients will be able to check their account status, place or cancel orders and trade in all Saxo Bank's products directly from the application.
28 -- The country's top car maker Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) is feeling the pinch of labour strikes, with about 2-4 percent of the prospective customers of one of its successful models, Swift, deciding to cancel orders due to the long waiting period.
In addition, there are good growth prospects for Atlas Copco even if the economic situation deteriorates as the mining companies, with their strong balance sheets, will not repeat the mistakes from 2008 and 2009 to cancel orders, UBS said.
But market conditions forced the company to cancel almost half of its Airbus orders for A350s and A320s and cancel orders for 32 Boeing 737s.