foreign position

foreign position

The amount of foreign currency liabilities held by an individual, institution, or country.
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The information presented is intended to explore the opportunities and risks and to prepare a foreign position in the target market.
I have played all over really - right, left, centre midfield and up front - so it's not a foreign position and I enjoy playing out there as well as up top so if the manager needs me to play there I will, no problem.
As a country, Sweden has been improving its net foreign position since the mid-1990's.
As if playing in a foreign land was not tough enough, he was forced to play in a foreign position, unable to communicate with his team-mates.
Ash is a deep defender, he's kicked out an awful lot in the AFL, so it's not a foreign position to him," said Kennelly.
In 2011, the foreign position of Lebanese banks turned negative for the first time since 1998.
However, he's been a shadow of himself in the red and blue jersey and there's now talk of shifting him to the foreign position of stand-off as Bennett tries to finally spark his big-money signing to life.
However, retail banks in Bahrain hold large liquid foreign assets and face a relatively small asset/liability mismatch on their foreign position, reducing direct vulnerability to any short-term liquidity squeeze.
The net foreign position of UAE banks is negative and, as such, they would have to sell local assets and convert the proceeds into hard currency to meet cash demands from foreign counterparts.
In a move seen by many as cost-cutting, Nippon Ham is the only team in Japan without foreign position players this year--although it does have three foreign pitchers backing up Darvish.
The net foreign position in relation to GDP (see Diagram 52).
Shots boss Gary Waddock said: "Danny had a fine game in a foreign position up until his sending off.
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