host country


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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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Since the 1,500m event was first introduced at the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics, the host country has shared gold medals in the previous four Olympics with China.
According to a circular issued by the Minister and sent to the Tunisian diplomatic corps abroad, students receiving this scholarship benefit, also, once a year, of free travel between the host country and Tunisia.
A host country will use their assets with other nations patrol teams aboard,' Padilla said.
Dubai: The UAE will host the 87th Interpol General Assembly 2018 in Dubai after the General Assembly of the world organisation has chosen the UAE as the host country for the next international meeting.
We characterize the types of MNCs' responses to political changes in a host country in three ways: (1) exit (i.
2001, 2008) assume the host country maintains an immigration policy that sets the rate, rather than the level, of skilled migration.
Some scholars refer to corruption as "sand" that makes it more difficult and costly to conduct foreign operations in a host country in such aspects as obtaining licenses and permits (HABIB; ZURAWICKI, 2002; VOYER; BEAMISH, 2004; CUERVO-CAZURRA, 2006, 2008).
The SC also invited their Russian counterparts as well as various host country entities to deliver a speech at the Josoor Institute in Doha, which is preparing human capacity to deliver the first tournament in the Middle East in 2022.
BEIRUT: Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil saluted Canada's Lebanese community, saying it played a successful role and was fully integrated in its host country.
0% of all host country work visits, work was in confined spaces, of which 23.
Financial institutions and host country tax authorities will use IDES to provide the IRS information on financial accounts held by U.
The Internal Revenue Service announced Monday that its International Data Exchange Service (IDES) is open for enrollment, and that financial institutions and host country tax authorities will be able to use IDES to securely send their information reports on financial accounts held by Americans to the IRS under the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) or pursuant to the terms of an intergovernmental agreement (IGA), as applicable.