- onervaren mens
- any new participant in some activity
- iem. die iets inzendt
- one who enters a competition
- someone who enters
"new entrants to the country must go though immigration procedures"
- a commodity that enters competition with established merchandise
"a well publicized entrant is the pocket computer"
- “new entrant” means:
- Please indicate ‘new entrant’ or ‘closure’.
- Please indicate “new entrant”, “closure” or “falling below capacity thresholds”.
- Horizontal effects of the operation (removal of GDP as the most likely entrant)
- New entrant costs estimates range between GBP 20/MWh and GBP 25/MWh .
- If the new entrant new installation does receive an allocation, the reserve is reduced by an equivalent quantity.
- Almost every new entrant in the server sector in recent years has entered the x86 market only.
- While VA Tech is active only in Austria, Siemens is not, but can be seen as a potential entrant.
- If the Commission had assessed the capacity at company level, any new capacity of the new market entrant would, by definition, have resulted in a ‘significant’ increase.
- The present operation will remove GDP as a likely entrant on the electricity market, and therefore a potential provider of ancillary services.
- As a market entrant, it was directly affected by any form of financing made on anything other than arms’ length, commercial terms.
- Please give the installation identification code for the new entrant and the transaction identification code associated with the allocation of allowances.
- Although it did not produce a VoD service prior to the transaction, Télé 2 was nevertheless a potential entrant to the market for purchase of VoD broadcasting rights.
- Furthermore, as is established when discussing Microsoft’s dominance in the relevant market, such a new entrant would face significant barriers to entry.
- GDF's substantial market shares are arguably due to a number of specific assets and advantages enjoyed by GDF which no new entrant would possess to the same extent.