a prediction of the course of a disease
a prediction about how something (as the weather) will develop
- What's the prognosis?
- Comisia Națională de Prognoză (CNP) (National Commission for Prognosis)
- Loss prognosis and the concept of ‘lump sum’
- Further elements of the prognosis of the Province of Burgenland
- The main considerations underlying the prognosis by the Province of Burgenland had been as follows:
- The prognosis for losses resulting from contracts signed after 1 July 1990 was EUR 230,08 million (DEM 450 million).
- The same Energy Act I required MVM to assess electric energy demands and initiate the extension of production capacities based on the prognosis resulting from the assessment.
- Against this background, Austria stressed that the Province of Burgenland had needed to sell BB on the basis of its own prognosis of the FMA’s final decision.
- The fact that BB remained under the supervision of the FMA did not change this prognosis, as the FMA intervened only ex post.
- Austria did not maintain that the Ukrainian group concerned by this case was the Consortium, but it nevertheless found its own prognosis to be supported by the decision, which it had taken BaFin 13 months to reach.
- The prognosis is that this gap is likely to grow in scale as fixed cost issues will encourage professional venture capital firms to increase the size of both their funds and their minimum acceptable deal sizes.
- Detection, diagnosis and monitoring: to develop visualisation, imaging, detection and analytical tools and technologies for bio-medical research, for prediction, diagnosis, monitoring and prognosis of diseases, and for support and guidance of therapeutic interventions.
- If the Commission doubted the plausibility of the loss prognosis submitted to it at the time, it should have inserted a provision in its decisions stating that the approval only covered aid that corresponded to the actual losses.
- When the decisions were taken, the Commission did not doubt the plausibility of the loss prognosis, but it had to ensure, that should the losses not be as high as estimated, granted loss compensation would become incompatible aid and consequently has to be recovered.