To the extent that this is not necessary to promote the relationship between the disclosing party and the receiving party or, as expressly approved in writing on behalf of the disclosing party, the receiving party shall not disclose directly or indirectly confidential information during the term of its relationship with the disclosed party or at any time after the termination of that relationship. 1. Marketing and Development Information – This includes plans from the party to the publication on the marketing agenda or business development and may include costs, policies, offers, forecasts and strategies.2. Business Exploitation Information – This applies to all information relating to the activities of the party disclosing the information, including the number of staff, the financial activities it contains, information about suppliers, suppliers and partners that is not declared open to the public by Party.3. . . .