- a measure or standard used for comparison
"on what kind of yardstick is he basing his judgment?"
- p fixed yardstick = 0,05
- p fixed yardstick = 0,02
- According to the available information, NAM’s market share would also have to be considered as being negligible if the expected production was used as a yardstick.
- In particular, the revised Accession Partnership will serve as a basis for future political reforms and as a yardstick against which to measure future progress.
- The own funds also serve as an important yardstick for the competent authorities, in particular for the assessment of the solvency of institutions and for other prudential purposes.
- A yardstick for quantifying the intrinsic product hazard is the extent of the adverse effect that it can cause to the health of a consumer.
- If the same yardstick were to be applied to the public creditors, almost everyone should have favoured restructuring. i.e. all public commercial creditors and most public institutional creditors.
- Firstly, such a consequence would hardly be compatible with the objective of restructuring aid and the yardstick by which it is measured, namely the return of the recipient firm to long‐term viability.
- For the methods set out in Parts 3 and 4 the competent authorities must ensure that the notional amount to be taken into account is an appropriate yardstick for the risk inherent in the contract.
- However, in the short term, the measures adopted by Italy should not be viewed as aid and should be assessed by the same yardstick as those introduced by other Member States.
- The UK authorities submit that the rates system is a uniform statutory system, applicable to all non-domestic hereditaments in England and Wales, which aims at establishing a common yardstick, by which to assess the value of the premises.
- This yardstick is the rent at which it is estimated that the hereditament might be expected to be let from year to year, under certain statutory assumptions concerning the state of repair of the hereditament and the terms of the hypothetical tenancy.
- The compensation was calculated on the basis of an interest rate, which would have been used as a basis for a corresponding recapitalisation, in which the equity capital relief effect was used as a yardstick in accordance with the Impaired Assets Communication.
- Firstly, such a consequence would hardly be compatible with the objective of restructuring aid and the yardstick by which it is measured, namely the return of the recipient firm to long‐term viability. Secondly, it would be out of proportion to the impact of the various aid measures on individual lines of business and markets.