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host country

A nation in which representatives or organizations of another state are present because of government invitation and/or international agreement.
Translations

host country

nGastland nt

host country

npaese m ospite, paese che ospita
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If Korea wins the event, the host country will join a part of Olympic history as the host countries have won the relay event in the previous two Winter Games.
The visit to Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia are intended to give the members of delegation the opportunity to gather first-hand information on the business situation in the host countries; further build up the image of CACCI by making courtesy calls on heads of state, economic ministers, and other high-ranking government officials to seek support for CACCI; and meet the top businessmen in the host countries, particularly those from industries or sectors that the host countries wish to promote.
Ships of the host countries warmly received them on arrival at local ports.
In addition to Japan, France (Sacr, Greater Paris), Russia (Ekaterinburg) and Azerbaijan (Baku) have also announced their candidacies as host countries for the World Expo 2025.
Using data on the global mining industry and political changes in host countries, we find that MNCs develop political capabilities and thus make entries into politically risky host countries when they accumulate the experience of partially divesting some of their assets after political changes in host countries.
Some believe that we should charge host countries abroad for the massive public investments we have made in our superior workers now helping sustain their economies.
As British Prime Minister Teresa Mae concluded her visit to Jordan Wednesday and arrived in Saudi Arabia, her second stop of a regional tour, she made the decision to set aside u1 billion in aid to provide education, stabilization and employment to help victims of the Syrian conflict in their host countries.
In order to reflect the evolution of these policies, and following a large number of studies in this literature, we assume that host countries only allow entry of skilled migrants.
8 billion in aid for refugees and their host countries over the next three years.
We also found support for the significant effect of high levels of corruption in the home countries in undertaking FDI in a host country and the interactive effect of home and host countries' corruption on the FDI flows, such that corruption in the home and host countries increases FDI.
Author Claudine Salmon presents readers with an examination of the depiction of Ming dynasty fugitives and refugees as portrayed by historians, writers, and artists of the Southeast Asian host countries they fled to and their European contemporaries.
We have collaborated in the past with host countries through our observation programmes and knowledge exchange workshops, so this exchange with Russia is a valuable addition for our specific operational preparations.