Long Term Inability to Supply

Example Definitions of "Long Term Inability to Supply"
Long Term Inability to Supply. The inability to supply, including for reason of a non-conformity of the Licensed Products, at least seventy percent (70%) of the volumes of a Licensed Product indicated in the current forecast that exceeds one hundred and twenty (120) days or more than one Short-Term Inability to Supply in a period of twelve (12) months
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