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Production

In the context of project financing, a defined portion of the proceeds of production up to a dollar amount.

Production

1. The process of turning raw material into a product that is sold. For example, a company's production may involve turning silver, zinc, and mercury into a dental filling.

2. Less commonly, the revenue one derives from production.

production

the act of combining FACTORS OF PRODUCTION (labour, capital, etc.) by FIRMS to produce OUTPUTS of goods and services. The relationship between inputs and outputs in physical terms is shown by the PRODUCTION FUNCTION and in cost terms by the COST FUNCTION. See BATCH PRODUCTION, MASS PRODUCTION, FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING SYSTEM.
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Approach Entertainment is an Award winning Films Productions and Celebrity Management Company with its own operations in Mumbai, Goa, New Delhi, Gurgaon, Ghaziabad, Dehradun and Chandigarh apart from the representative network in Indore, Bhopal, Jaipur, Pune, Surat, Ludhiana, Jalandhar, Lucknow, Banglore, Chennai, Hyderabad and other cities.
The domestic manufacturers' deduction permits a phased-in deduction of a specified percentage of a business's "qualified production activities income" or its taxable income, whichever is lower.
Cano says his interest in film production was sparked when he was about 11 years old and was asked to act in another film student's production.
post production companies in Mexico are reclaiming the local market and looking beyond their herders to sell their services.
Offshore production has become big business in places like Halifax, Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver.
Even a professional dance notator is unlikely to have a score of that particular production. And you put on a video, although again the actual production, and I'm not talking about the interpretation here, is unlikely to be the same.
Collectively her clinical documentation of Wilson's life, his career, and his dramatic output and play productions provide for the uninitiated Wilson researcher a crash course on this major American playwright.
Ronald Picket of Hudson River Productions LLC, the project developer, said Hudson River Studios is a solid investment because it will create jobs on both a permanent and short-term level.
The woman must go, so that Orpheus, the artist-thinker, can continue to produce over her dead body; through the cabling system that thus gets laid, be keeps in tele-touch with all the ghostly coordinates of his growing line of production. Book of Kings also differentiates the sound bites that cultural critics tend to broadcast on the basis of Walter Benjamin's directive that fascism comes directly out of the "estheticization of politics." Theweleit introduces instead the notion of "artist states" running parallel to the political states with which they must negotiate their own diplomatic status and immunity.
The Screen Actors Guild, meanwhile, supports proposed tax credits in proportion to the wages paid by film productions in the United States.
"I support the right of a producer to film his production in whatever locale he chooses," he told a meeting of the Canadian Film and Television Production Association in Ottawa in February.
"We went to the major film and television studios in Hollywood asking producers and facility operators what they would need to mount their productions (start-to-finish) in New York," said Madigan, CEO of New York Studios.

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