- (of words) interchangeable in a given context without changing the import of the expression
- capable of being exchanged for another or for something else that is equivalent
- The different components are not substitutable from the demand side.
- Pay TV and free TV service offerings are not very substitutable from the standpoint of demand.
- The Commission’s investigation has shown that there are no substitutable products available.
- All LAM, are thus substitutable and are in competition with each other on the Community market.
- Since they are indicative, in no circumstances are they substitutable for the relevant national legislations.
- As HR and FMS applications are not substitutable for buyers, the Commission considers these as two distinct markets.
- The Commission’s investigation showed that acetic acid constitutes a separate product market as there are no substitutable products available on the market.
- Two broad categories can be clearly distinguished which are not substitutable from the consumer or producer point of view: automotive glass and building glass.
- In the case of the network operator, the various modes of transmission were not sufficiently substitutable, this being a necessary condition for a distortion of competition.
- This argument relates, however, to the wholesale transmission market, where broadcasters may indeed regard the different transmission platforms as complementary rather than substitutable.
- In addition, the increase of the imports from other countries, as outlined in recitals 11, 19 and 20 of this Regulation, indicates that the products are substitutable.
- The Commission’s market investigation has led to clear indications that ancillary services/system services are not easily substitutable with other electricity supply at the wholesale level.
- The electricity produced is completely substitutable (it is not even possible to distinguish physically between the two types), and its value for the customer is exactly the same.
- From a demand-side perspective, the market test has shown that lecithin and synthetic emulsifiers are not substitutable for both technological and quality reasons.
- Readily substitutable products are those to which consumers would turn in response to a modest but significant increase in the price of the relevant product (e.g. 5 %).