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Exclusive

In the context of general equities, having sole possession of the customer order/indication; not in competition with other dealers.

Exclusive

Describes a broker-dealer who has a client's order or indication of interest without competing with other broker-dealers. That is, an exclusive broker-dealer is not competing for a better commission or anything else with other broker-dealers.
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The impressive Mercedes-Benz Proven Exclusivity Pre-Owned vehicles are certified by specialist Mercedes-Benz technicians with every inspection and test carried out according to a detailed multipoint technical checklist and have full service records.
71) Moreover, the data exclusivity regime also seeks to
If the FDA has designated a drug for a rare disease or condition as an orphan drug and approved it for marketing to the public, orphan exclusivity prohibits approval of generic copies of the drug for the same rare disease or condition.
At the outset of TPP negotiations, the United States urged other Pacific Rim-members to adopt a similar 12-year exclusivity period for biopharmaceuticals, asserting that 12 years of exclusivity is necessary to foster innovation and provide incentives for companies to develop new drugs.
Elimination or weakening of the Commissions' exclusivity rules is likely to have an economically significant impact on local stations and their incentives to invest," said the study.
The absence of exclusivity diktats in these markets would benefit the customer as well as the remittance business.
Extended by the Cabinet for 12 years earlier this month, MEA's exclusivity effectively forbids any other airline from registering as a Lebanon-based commercial carrier.
Congress should amend the law so that 180-day exclusivity should come only for actual entry, rather than just the first application to the FDA.
In general, businesses should be free to contract with whomever they want, and exclusivity provisions represent a significant restraint on that freedom.
1548), which provides 12 years of data exclusivity to brand-name biologic drug companies.
The spokesperson for the TRA, Rasheed Joumblatt, refused to confirm this but warned that all exclusivity contracts will be rejected "regardless of which operator applies".
The Pediatric Exclusivity Program was designed to encourage pharmaceutical companies to obtain data concerning dosing, safety, and efficacy of marketed drugs in children.