Concession

The deed that entitles the holder to produce from/ or explore land following the discovery of a commercial reservoir.

Concession

A price reduction or rebate from an established price or charge. In securities underwriting, the fee that is paid on each stock or bond that is sold by securities firms and brokers within the underwriting group of a public offering. Also known as selling concession.

concession

(from the article `investment bank`) ...obtained by the members of the syndicate is deemed insufficient, selected dealers are used to bring about a wider distribution. Securities are ...
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concession

[n] - a point conceded or yielded 2. [n] - the act of conceding or yielding 3. [n] - a contract granting the right to operate a subsidiary business
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Concession

• (n.) A thing yielded; an acknowledgment or admission; a boon; a grant; esp. a grant by government of a privilege or right to do something; as, a concession to build a canal. • (n.) The act of conceding or yielding; usually implying a demand, claim, or request, and thus distinguished from giving, which is voluntary or spontaneous.Concess...
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concession

yielding noun the act of conceding or yielding
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concession

grant noun a contract granting the right to operate a subsidiary business; `he got the beer concession at the ball park`
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Concession

[contract] A concession or concession agreement is a grant of rights, land or property by a government, local authority, corporation, individual or other legal entity. Public services such as water supply may be operated as a concession. In the case of a public service concession, a private company enters into an agreement with the governme...
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Concession

[politics] In politics, a concession is the act of a losing candidate publicly yielding to a winning candidate after an election, when the overall result of the vote has become clear. ==Refusal to concede== Concession, per se, is entirely optional, and a candidate will sometimes refuse to concede defeat despite the vote count being against ...
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Concession

[territory] In international law, a concession is a territory within a country that is administered by an entity other than the state which holds sovereignty over it. This is usually a colonizing power, or at least mandated by one, as in the case of colonial chartered companies. Usually, it is conceded, that is, allowed or even surrendered ...
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Concession

Far East Asia Chinese treaty port open to foreigners
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Concession

Con·ces'sion noun [ Latin concessio , from concedere : confer French concession . See Concede .] 1. The act of conceding or yielding; usually implying a demand, claim, or request, and thus distinguished from giving , which is voluntary or spontaneous. ...
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Concession

A private business that operates at a public facility.
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Concession

Acknowledgment of objections to a proposal
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Concession

Discount given to prospective tenants by landlords to induce them to sign a lease. Concessions are f
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Concession

Movement of cash from different lockbox locations into a single concentration account from which dis
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Concession

Properly, a concession is a permission conceded by a government to a person or company to do certain things. The term is especially applied to grants of land, or privileges or immunities in connection with certain enterprises, such as mining, the construction of railways, canals, or the like, usually subject to fixed conditions and limitations.
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concession

Something which the Inland Revenue allows in practice, although it would not strictly be allowed under the terms of the tax legislation. For example luncheon vouchers of up to 15p per day are tax free under an Inland Revenue concession.
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Concession

Something which the Inland Revenue allows in practice, although it would not strictly be allowed under the terms of the tax legislation. For example luncheon vouchers of up to 15p per day are tax free under an Inland Revenue concession.
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Concession

The term used in GATT negotiations for a country's agreement to bind a tariff or otherwise reduce import restrictions, usually in return for comparable 'concessions' by other countries. Use of this term, with its connotation of loss, for what economic theory suggests is often a source of gain, is part of what has been called GATT-Speak.
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