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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Investment in debt instruments, or the so-called intracompany borrowings between foreign direct investors and their subsidiaries in the Philippines, amounted to $431 million, 22 percent lower from 2016.
immigration matters, including visas and immigrant permissions for extraordinary ability, specialty occupation, intracompany transferee, business visitor and NAFTA-eligible individuals and family and employment-based permanent residence applicants.
A recent McKinsey Global Institute 2016 report noted that cross-border bandwidth is projected to increase nine times over the next five years due to increasing flows of information, searches, communication, video, transactions and intracompany traffic.
And corporations with intracompany loans are supposed to have agreements setting forth the terms of the loans; changes to those agreements may have to pass muster with tax authorities and other regulators in the countries where the subsidiaries are located, he said.
Ooredoo's Shahry Smart plans offer a fully post-paid mobile service, inclusive of local and international calls, messaging, high-speed mobile Internet access, and free intracompany calls.
The authors cover logistics management, purchasing from third parties, planning and forecasting, intracompany and cross-company procurement, and a great many other related topic areas over the course of the textAEs eleven chapters.
Temporary migrants include Filipinos whose stay overseas while regular and properly documented is temporary, and include land-based and sea-based workers, intracompany transferees, students, trainees, entrepreneurs, businessmen, traders and others whose stay abroad is six months or more, and their accompanying dependents.
A key tool in this methodology is the awareness of suppliers, inputs, process, outputs and customers (SIPOC) with stakeholders in the order-to-cash process to better understand what inputs are needed to meet the requirements of intracompany "customers" to then better meet the needs of the external customer.
AIG will retain a portion of the mortgage-insurance business originated from 2014 through 2016 through a previously disclosed intracompany risk transfer deal.
There are also specific visas for workers from particular countries and L-l visas for intracompany transferees in companies with foreign operations.
The report projects that such flow will "grow by another nine times in the next five years as digital flows of commerce, information, searches, video, communication, and intracompany traffic continue to surge".
Outward FDI from West Asia declined by 6 per cent in 2014 driven mainly by divestment (negative intracompany loans) from Bahrain.