Translation of concessionaire in Spanish:


concesionario, n.

Pronunciation /kənˌsɛʃəˈnɛr/ /kənˌsɛʃəˈnɛː/

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    concesionario masculine
    concesionaria feminine
    • When talking to new black shareholders and concessionaires in the hake industry, one hears mostly how slowly things are moving.
    • The Government has also approved the extension of the management contract of Hifab International to run Zambia Railways until June 2002 when the concessionaire will take over.
    • Bial is awaiting the Centre's guidelines relating to commercial activities and ground handling before calling bids for concessionaires on airport land.
    • Arnotts has drawn up a list and is talking to retailers prepared to enter as concessionaires.
    • Depending on the concession agreement, the concession will either be fully granted to the concessionaire or part of it will go to the state, MPs decided.
    • The company started operation in 2000 when four concessionaires pooled their quotas into one operating unit; hence the name Etale which, loosely translated, means a pool.
    • Forest concessionaires should also be granted certificates to ensure that forests are managed with attention also given to local residents, the research said.
    • These include the devising of appropriate clauses to ensure that safari-hunting concessionaires were made to deliver on various undertakings made in concession agreements.
    • It pays €260,000 in rent for a store on Grafton Street which it leases to concessionaires River Island and Impulse, and also leases a small store in Stillorgan shopping centre in Dublin.
    • Our great-grandfather Charles and his brother Frank were traveling concessionaires back in 1885.
    • To remain in business Gendor started to negotiate catching agreements with outside concessionaires.
    • Digital phone concessionaires are quarrelling about whose system is better.
    • Marco Fishing is a hake concessionaire, while the other two concentrate their efforts on tuna.
    • In other cases, concessionaires renegotiate contracts in order to shift losses to taxpayers.
    • When new contractors and concessionaires bought out old ones at the airport, they were under no obligation either to keep the workers or honor their contracts.
    • In Yellowstone, we turned a large number of campground operations over to a concessionaire and plowed the income back into campground facilities.
    • The annual concession royalty is to be no less than 12 per cent of the annual income accruing to the concessionaire.
    • He said that no loan agreement had been signed by the selected concessionaire and creditor banks.
    • No new visitor centers or highways were to be built, and no corporate concessionaires imported to feed and house sightseers.
    • One auditor is expected to audit 10 concessionaires a month.