Licensing

1. The requirement that importers and/or exporters get government approval prior to importing or exporting. Licensing may be automatic, or it may be discretionary, based on a quota, a performance requirement, or some other criterion. 2. Granting of permission, in return for a licensing fee, to use a technology. When done by firms in one country to ...
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Licensing

A process most States employ, which involves the review and approval of applications from HMOs prior to beginning operation in certain areas of the State. Areas examined by the licensing authority include: fiscal soundness, network capacity, MIS, and quality assurance. The applicant must demonstrate it can meet all existing statutory and regulatory...
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Licensing

an arrangement under which an organisation (the licensor) grants another organisation (the licensee) the right to manufacture goods, use patents, use processes, or exploit trade marks within a defined market. Often used as an international market entry method.
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Licensing

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of License
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licensing

(from the article `health law`) Legislative approaches to health care licensing have been divided into three general categories by Swiss legal scholar Jan Stepan: (1) exclusive or ... ...is controlled by boards of licensure in each state. The boards set and conduct examinations of applicants to practice within the state, and they ... ...
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Licensing

Arrangement in which a local firm in the host country produces goods in accordance with another firm`s (the licensing firm`s>) specifications; as the goods are sold, the local firm can retain part of the earnings.
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Licensing

1. The requirement that importers and/or exporters get government approval prior to importing or exporting. Licensing may be automatic, or it may be discretionary, based on a quota, a performance requirement, or some other criterion. 2. Granting of permission, in return for a licensing fee, to use a technology. When done by firms in one country to....
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Licensing

[Ireland] The Licensing (Ireland) Act 1902 (2 Edw. VII c. 18) was an Act of Parliament of the United Kingdom, given the royal assent on 31 July 1902, and repealed in 1923. It prohibited the issue of new license for the sale of alcohol, for consumption on or off the premises, after the passage of the Act, except to: However, local authoritie...
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Licensing

A method of foreign operation cooperation whereby an organisation in one country agrees to permit a firm in another country to use the manufacturing, processing, trademark, know-how or some other skill provided by the licensor.
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