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exclusive

1. Commerce (of a contract, agreement, etc.) binding the parties to do business only with each other with respect to a class of goods or services
2. Logic (of a disjunction) true if only one rather than both of its component propositions is true
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Our Proven Exclusivity Pre-Owned vehicles make the ambition of owning a Mercedes-Benz more attractive than ever and come with the same stellar level of premium care and attention from our team as when buying a brand new car.
Whilst good progress has been made to date, the period of exclusivity in the Exclusivity Agreement has been extended for a further six weeks until 20 July 2017 in order to ensure there is adequate time to complete this process.
be a valuable alternative to the data exclusivity approach for
Although marketing approval with orphan drug exclusivity is targeted to the development of drugs for rare diseases or diseases in the U.
The final text of the TPP agreement requires TPP-signatory countries to provide a minimum of five years of exclusivity, and in some instances eight years of exclusivity, to biopharmaceutical products.
3 percentage points higher than the ratings change would have been if exclusivity had not been granted.
Pharmaceutical company Forest Laboratories (NYSE:FRX) said on Wednesday that it has received the US Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) pediatric exclusivity for memantine hydrochloride.
40 per cent because of the exclusivity model followed in this geography.
BEIRUT: Middle East Airlines, Lebanon's flag carrier, reaffirmed plans to expand its fleet, as it hailed Thursday a Cabinet decision to extend their exclusivity deal for another 12 years.
Under the law, even with the agreement, the generic company still retains the 180-day exclusivity right when it finally does enter the market.
During the 31-day exclusivity period, Conmed will not be able to consider or negotiate any third party offers, it said in a press release, adding that the agreement will be cancelled on 24 June 2011.
They are called exclusivity provisions and they can absolutely ruin your day.