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foreign-owned

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(Economics) economics commerce owned by an individual who is resident in a different country or by a company whose headquarters are in a different country
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9 billion over the previous quarter due to the higher increase in Indian residents' overseas financial assets as compared with foreign-owned assets in India.
Around six per cent of Queensland is foreign-owned and the largest proportion of that is by owners from the United Kingdom.
In addition to the new annual reporting requirement, the new regulations require a foreign-owned U.
The Treasury Department lobbed a three-pronged attack against money laundering and tax evasion Friday by releasing a Customer Due Diligence final rule, sending Beneficial Ownership Information legislation to Congress, as well as issuing proposed regulations related to foreign-owned, single-member limited liability companies.
These studies found that value added by foreign-owned MNEs is a smaller share of output or sales than value added by domestic-owned firms in many, but not all, of the countries studied.
More than half of British or foreign-owned banks operating in the UK were found to run insecure SSL instances on the login page of their Web portals, said security analyst, Mike Kemp, the co-founder of Xiphos Research.
Foreign-owned companies employ 143,000 people in the Boston area, the fifth-highest amount among the nation's top 100 metro areas, according to Brookings, a Washington think tank.
of Jobs in Foreign-owned Companies_Ranked Among the Top 100 Metro Areas in the U.
HARARE -- Zimbabwe's president has threatened to expel foreign-owned companies over what he says is the West's interference in the politics of the country he has led since 1980.
FOREIGN-OWNED firms place a greater emphasis on innovation than UK-owned businesses, which in turn filters through to indigenous suppliers, according to new research.
MANAMA: A seminar aiming to introduce Tamkeen's programmes and services to foreign-owned businesses will be held later this week.
Programmes and services offered by Tamkeen, Bahrain's labour fund, to foreign-owned businesses including Asian businessmen and traders will be the focus of an upcoming seminar in the kingdom.