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valuation

Medical practice The determination of the value of a thing–eg, a physician's private practice. See Practice valuation.
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But this partner is very conservative, and we couldn't get him in without a third party valuating us.
Some of the developed valuating functions have focused on maximizing the measurement accuracy in CATs.
Ernst & Young's financial advisory and structuring services for the merger will include reviewing the companies' financial situation over the past five years, compiling five-year financial models for the coming years, valuating both companies, the drafting of a merger agreement, in addition to a number of other tasks.
For her part, Bragg stressed the importance of cooperation to face the disasters through joining to UN team for coordination and valuating disasters and exchanging experiences in this field.
Other topics include protein secondary structure prediction, the singularity of valuating IT security investments, model checking service component composition by SPIN, and efficient processing of XML twig queries with all predicates.
ends up valuating the flagship Times, the International Herald-Tribune in Paris and a New York City radio station at $750 million.
The CVA certificate focuses on valuating private companies in the Arab world as the needs of these companies for valuation increase for sales and other purposes, thus enabling the certified individuals and thereof their companies to meet the increasing local and regional demand.
Valuating complex instruments and structured products is time-intensive and, in many cases, a cobbled effort of manual processes and Excel spreadsheets.