Linkage


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Linkage

The ability to buy and sell the same security on different exchanges. Because the prices may differ on different exchanges, linkage may create opportunity for arbitrage. Linkage has become easier with the advent of electronic exchanges and trading platforms.
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The booklet provides an overview of the electronic linkage strategy and its objectives and priorities.
The Linkages data collection system was integrated into the CCMT.
Before granting marketing authorisations to third parties other than the title holder, COFEPRIS must also check the listed patents, first by compound and then by the list of patented products issued by IMPI in the Linkage Gazette, which is organised according to the active ingredient's generic name.
Segregating markers were used to construct linkage maps at the expected ratios.
To facilitate access to linked health data, the CHeReL is creating a Master Linkage Key to link records for individuals across in a number of health-related datasets including hospital inpatient data, cancer registry data, and birth and death registration data.
Foreign affiliates can be differentiated according to their patterns of linkage formation, which are determined by the combination of competitive, transactional (forward, backward, contractual) and collaborative linkages formed with host country firms.
This paper comprises a review of linkage measures and capital as a intermediate production factor, a description of the research method used, an analysis of the empirical results, discussion of the capital effects for construction and finally some interesting conclusions.
Advantages of the new machine compared with current linkage machines include:
Kay Lawson's Political Parties and Linkages (1980) provided a systematic and theoretically bounded approach to the study of the linkage function of political parties, delineating participatory linkage, policy-responsive linkage, linkage by reward, and directive (coercive) linkage as the four different types of linkage performed by parties.
Working with a mechanic from the unit, one of our safety personnel dismantled the vehicle to diagnose the cause and discovered that the linkage had been reinstalled incorrectly back at the wash rack," Harvey added.
Fund strategies, not projects--Make capital allocation and capital release decisions that support business unit strategies, not individual projects with no clear linkage to executing strategies.