Moreover, it is based on the management decision and market forces.
Secondly, the fact that prices are publicly available does not ensure automatically that they are the result of market forces.
Thus, market forces alone should suffice to prompt the company to incur the corresponding training expenses.
Moreover, it was claimed that the prices in question were resulting from market forces and reflected the actual situation on the market.
In an efficiently liberalised sector, coordination can in principle result from the action of market forces.
The Switchover communication also indicates that the transition to digital broadcasting represents a big industrial challenge that must be led by the market.
It does not motivate the company to undertake additional training activities beyond those already carried out just on the basis of market forces.
Thus, they were not a result of only market forces and were unlikely to be maintained at the same level into the future.
In this case, the prices are therefore set by market forces and form a suitable basis for the assessment of dumping behaviour.
The interested parties also argue that sector-specific measures may be non-selective if they are purely the result of market forces.
the absence of other relevant Community legislation or failure of market forces to address the issue properly; and
Legislative measures may be needed where market forces fail to evolve in the right direction or at an acceptable speed.
the absence of other relevant Community legislation or failure of market forces to address the issue properly
Also, NNBG would be exposed to market forces and incentives to compete in wholesale electricity market.
whether the market practice ensures a high degree of safeguards to the operation of market forces and the proper interplay of the forces of supply and demand
Second, domestic prices in Brazil are governed by normal market forces given the level of demand in the market and the existence of competing producers.
Only where market forces alone are unable to reach an economically efficient outcome is a market failure considered to exist.
Only where market forces would not in themselves be able to reach an efficient outcome measure – i.e. where not all potential gains from trade are realised measure – can a market failure be considered to exist.
The economic criteria require the existence of a functioning market economy as well as the capacity to cope with competitive pressure and market forces within the Union.
Ensuring the building-up of such infrastructure in the Union could facilitate the work of market forces and contribute to economic growth in Europe.