Three other MoUs were inked to cooperate
in organ transplantation, technical cooperation in civil aviation, and between the Foreign Service Institute of India and the Diplomatic Academy of Spain.
Accordingly, the two sides have agreed to cooperate
in upstream and downstream areas in petroleum industry in topics like study of reservoirs, enhanced oil recovery, gas sweetening and emission of pollutants.
"The question we wanted to examine was: Do men or women cooperate
better with members of their own sex?" Wrangham said.
He also said Russia and Japan may cooperate
in training nuclear plant operators in Vietnam and Turkey where they are competing for nuclear plant contracts.
He wrote that a major hurdle for the SEC is its "inability to provide sufficient incentives to cooperate
." He further stated, "The SEC lacks the substantial leverage that comes from the threat of prison posed by criminal prosecutors.
At the same time, Israel is expected to declare its readiness to cooperate
with a team that is to be appointed by the Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon, and headed by New Zeland's former president Geoffrey Paler, and including members from the United States, Israel and Turkey.
It also said that it would only cooperate
in a missile defense system if NATO included its ideas in the final plan, reported Reuters.
For instance, as soon as training is undertaken, the future teacher must develop an ability to cooperate
in a pedagogical context.
GAIL and Bharat Petroleum have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to cooperate
in natural gas transmission and distribution, city gas projects, and exploration and production.
Summary: Hizbullah on Friday termed Thursday's helicopter incident "regretful and painful" and pledged to cooperate
with the Lebanese army.
We have not received any document request but plan to cooperate
fully with this investigation."
First impact means are designed to cooperate
with the first closing means during use of the diaper.
''We would like to cooperate
with overseas offices of SMBC to enhance the services,'' he said.
A typical deferred prosecution agreement might include an indictment of the company, a requirement that it admit guilt, a large fine and/or restitution to victims (usually shareholders), some form of external monitoring and agree to cooperate
in the prosecution of responsible individuals.
Organization's timely and voluntary disclosure of wrongdoing and its willingness to cooperate
in investigations of its employees and agents (including waiving attorney-client and work-product privileges);