- orient once again, after a disorientation
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- The competitiveness of the EU depends on the ability of the economy to reorient activities towards sectors with higher productivity.
- The aid enabled MobilCom not only to stay in business but also to carry out a physical reorganisation, to reorient its marketing strategy, to drop customers with lower profit margins from its clientele and to focus on profitable customers.
- The Commission finds that the duration of the restructuring plan, three financial years (2007/2008-2009/2010), is the minimum required in order for the company to reorient its marketing strategy, implement the planned restructuring measures and, after the turnaround, permanently stabilise its economic and financial situation.