Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure


Limitations in sharing information to Third Parties apply.

Principles of Non-Disclosure

Without the prior approval in writing of Parties, no Party shall disclose, neither direct or indirect, to any Third Party any confidential information such as however not limited to IPRs, statistics, projections, strategies, taxation and finance. The obligations referred to in this section shall remain in force, also after the termination of any relevant agreements. CEG may without prior approval disclose information, if it is required to do so by legislation, by court order, by agreements it has committed to, by other agreements between Third Parties, and, or, in the event of a Material Breach.