- the act of releasing from an attachment or connection
- Likewise, a disengagement from one public undertaking might have an impact on the credit rating of all the others.
- The measures concerning France — including the MBO — were part of a rationale of controlled, socially responsible disengagement, allowing more than 2300 jobs to be saved.
- The disengagement of one of the two locking devices shall cause the green optical signal to extinguish and the red optical signal (if fitted) to show.
- A disengagement by the State would lead to a fall in its rating, which would result in a re-evaluation of public debt interest.
- Following Israel’s unilateral disengagement from Gaza, the Government of Israel is no longer present at the Rafah Crossing Point and the terminal is closed apart from exceptional cases.
- The Council of 7 November 2005 reiterated the EU’s support for the work of the Quartet Special Envoy for Disengagement, and welcomed his recent report to members of the Quartet.
- Following Chapter 19.6(c) of the Guidelines, this is, amongst others, the case where the injection of capital into companies whose capital is divided between private and public shareholders makes the public holding reach a significantly higher level than it was originally and the relative disengagement of private shareholders is largely due to the companies’ poor profit outlook.