intercorporate

intercorporate

(ˌɪntəˈkɔːpərət)
adj
belonging to or existing between multiple corporations
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35) When multinational enterprises structure their intercorporate borrowings and when banks negotiate loan agreements with U.
When planning leveraged deals, such as buyouts, spinoffs, and intercorporate guarantees, corporate boards rely on solvency opinions prepared by outside financial advisors.
regional and international partnerships to support joint intercorporate
Detecting communities within French intercorporate network.
The document provides for joint development of intercorporate technical standards and application thereof by the companies.
1987, A Resource Dependence Perspective on Intercorporate Relations, Intercorporate Relations: The Structural Analysis of Business, M.
If b is not sufficiently competitive, it will be difficult to continuously enhance corporate value in the face of bruising intercorporate competition.
Intercorporate effects also mitigate the ostensible regressivity of antitrust violations.
Although intercorporate dividends are traditionally tax-free, this new amendment could reclassify dividends received after April 20, 2015 as capital gains, which would be subject to tax.
Justified on antitrust grounds, but probably to diffuse zaibatsu families' political power, the program confiscated the families' shares and intercorporate equity blocks, and sold these into the open market.
To this end, the company is advanced in the process of structuring its intercorporate holdings to form a new subsidiary company, Brio Gold Inc.