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sourcing

[′sȯrs·iŋ]
(electronics)
Redesign or the modification of existing equipment to eliminate a source of radio-frequency interference.
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B2B media company Global Sources (Nasdaq-NMS:GSOL) today announced that representatives from three international buying companies, with combined annual sales of USD37bn, are scheduled to meet 24 pre-screened Global Sources suppliers at two Private Sourcing events being held in New Delhi, India.
Finally, to the location from which tangible personal property was shipped, if none of the previous sourcing rules apply (including instances in which the seller is without sufficient information to apply the previous rules).
(In this article, strategic sourcing refers to the May 2005 enterprise-wide strategic approach to procurement explained below.
Aberdeen defines strategic sourcing as the process of identifying, evaluating, negotiating, and configuring the optimal mix of products, suppliers, and services to support supply chain and other business objectives at the lowest total cost.
When choosing a part or sub-assembly to be manufactured in China, concentrate on labor-intensive, items, then weight these direct cost savings against the additional costs of Asian sourcing.
It also includes sourcing reports from mainland China with analyses of supplier output capacities, QC controls and pricing strategies and updates on the latest supply trends and product developments in Asia, including Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, India and Singapore.
The way a company manages its sourcing network lies at the very core of this new mode of competition.
Instead, a thicket of bureaucratic hoops face every sourcing activity.
Traditional sourcing standards did fray under the pressures of the moment.
Sections 863(d) and 863(e) of the Internal Revenue Code, which were enacted as part of the Tax Reform Act of 1986, set forth rules for sourcing income from "space or ocean activity" and "international communications income." On January 17, 2001, the U.S.
M2 EQUITYBITES-8 April 2010-Global Sources' March 2010 Private Sourcing Event had buyers with over USD399bn in annual sales(C)2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
One of the more difficult characterization issues has recently been tackled by the Internal Revenue Service in proposed regulations relating to the sourcing of income from transactions involving computer software programs.(2) Although the proposed regulations are limited to transactions involving computer programs, they establish a framework that may be helpfully applied to other copyrighted information (e.g., digital information).(3)