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foreign-owned

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(Economics) economics commerce owned by an individual who is resident in a different country or by a company whose headquarters are in a different country
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Moreover, companies with foreign ownership in the service sector, the financial sector, and industrial sectors have the highest medians of foreign ownership ratios, while companies with foreign ownership in the agricultural and construction sectors show the lowest levels.
MSCI, whose gauges are tracked by investors managing about $7 trillion, said last year that foreign ownership limits in Qatar and operational frameworks in the UAE needed revising.
While most of the investors are looking for a new that allow further foreign ownership of companies in the UAE, this article has been excluded and completed to be discussed in more detail in the new Foreign Investment Law, he added
Minister of Economy, HE Sultan Bin Saeed Al Mansoori has confirmed that existing laws restricting foreign ownership to 49% could be relaxed under the new UAE Companies Law, the biggest overhaul of the legislation in 30 years.
Sydney Airport is not a 'Foreign Person' - the term used to describe a foreign ownership situation - under the Australian Airports Act of 1996, as long as foreign ownership of Sydney Airport is below 40%.
MSCI did not express any particular concern over foreign ownership limits in the UAE, which recently introduced a companies' law that allows the UAE Cabinet to issue a resolution permitting firms in certain sectors to increase the amount of capital available to overseas investors.
NORTH-EAST businesses are predicting a mixed decade to come, coupled with an increase in foreign ownership, according to a new survey.
Qatar is in talks with individual firms to raise foreign ownership limits yet is not planning a blanket increase despite a requirement by index compiler MSCI, a Doha bourse official told the press.
These requirements include raising foreign ownership limits, introducing stock borrowing and lending and short selling, plus creating a deeper derivatives market, Singer added.
Summary: The United Arab Emirates has no plans to raise the 49 percent foreign ownership limit for listed companies, an Economy Ministry official said, raising fears the country might miss an upgrade to its status by index compilers.
Bassil told the Beirut daily that there were "heated discussions", and that his bloc believed that foreign ownership should be limited to "specific cases and conditions" that surely do not involve profit-centric real estate investment.
Our empirical analyses reveal a pronounced foreign ownership effect, whereby stocks with high foreign ownership outperform stocks with low foreign ownership.

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