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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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DSC's ratings are derived using a top-down approach based on strong linkages with its parent, and are notched down once from the rating on CSC.
Furthermore, it found that firms with more foreign linkages are 'able to introduce new products, improve procurement processes and explore new markets more.
Higher Education Commission (HEC) established ORICs in varsities of the country to ensure the linkage between academia and industry and to ensure innovative research that would help in economic and technological advancement.
The sum of squared errors (SSE) of the clusters that are constructed by the complete and k-max linkages are 3.
Maintenance personnel found the clevis pin attaching the mixture linkage to the fuel arm on the fuel control unit had backed out so that the head of the clevis pin would contact the body of the FCU, thereby limiting throttle travel.
In 2009, an evaluation of the Linkages database showed that it was not being utilized because staff had to manually enter the majority of data.
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Foreign Direct Investment, Multinational Enterprises, Linkages, Spillovers, Competition, Suppliers, Alliances
B) is the peptide linkage which is a chemical bond that helps hold the amino acid chains together while giving strength and elasticity to the hair.
With the importance of linkages in mind, the linkage analyses of real estate based on the input-output table have attracted a lot of research interest recently (Pietroforte and Gregori, 2003; Liu et al.
A significant linkage was found at chromosome 14 for simple phobia, and possible linkages for social phobia, panic disorder, and agoraphobia.
Figure 1 shows the linkages that must be managed if capital allocation is to support strategy and value growth.