intracompany

in·tra·com·pa·ny

 (ĭn′trə-kŭm′pə-nē)
adj.
Occurring within or between the branches of a company: an intracompany network.

intracompany

(ˌɪntrəˈkʌmpənɪ)
adj
occurring or existing within a company or between multiple branches of a company
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Excluding a noncash, intracompany, foreign currency exchange loss of $1.
Furthermore, corporate integration is represented by intracompany transfers, which was measured by the transaction between the headquarters and the foreign subsidiaries (Wolf and Egelhoff 2002).
Emerald also recognizes the green impact of fostering a company culture of environmental stewardship and collaboration, encouraging every employee to work as part of a team to reduce waste, or creating waste-reducing initiatives based on incentives such as intracompany competitions.
We are looking at blocking subsidised LPG connections under two categories intercompany and intracompany, said M Nene, director (marketing) at Indian Oil.
The complex maze of circular transactions includes intracompany loans ( within the group) and land acquisitions.
A supervisor who views you as his ace will stand up for you if intracompany squabbles break out and you are at the epicenter.
He explains the program management philosophy and medical interactions involved in the woman's death, the transgenic mouse studies leading to drug discovery, and the path to market, with an emphasis on shortcuts taken by a program manager, intracompany and government politics, and quality and compliance failure, and the FDA's subsequent fatality investigation.
Other visa options include the L-1 visa for an intracompany transferee or the E-1 or E-2 treaty trader/treaty investor visa.
Outward FDI from West Asia declined by 6 per cent in 2014 driven mainly by divestment (negative intracompany loans) from Bahrain.
It opposed having to hire an independent, outside inspector, in part because there was no evidence presented that intracompany inspection had led to construction problems.
However, the United Nations points to evidence that a growing portion of FDI in recent years is going to investments in financial companies or to intracompany debt.
In evaluating this Press Release it is important to note that in accordance with GAAP, sales revenue between Word of Mouth and Premiere is subject to an intracompany elimination.