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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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Johannesburg, South Africa said Thursday it has closed its diplomatic missions in the Nigerian cities of Abuja and Lagos following violence carried out against South African businesses in reprisal for attacks on foreign-owned stores in Johannesburg."After receiving reports and threats from some of the Nigerians we decided to temporarily close while we are assessing the situation," foreign ministry spokesman Lunga Ngqengelele said, adding the missions were shut on Wednesday.
The bill, which will encourage federal agencies to better evaluate and anticipate the security risks of leasing foreign-owned property, was drafted in response to a 2017 Government Accountability Office (GAO) report which indicated that federal agencies were vulnerable to espionage and other cyber intrusions because foreign actors could gain unauthorized access to spaces used for classified operations or to store sensitive data.
WASHINGTON A group of senators is urging Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue to ensure a bailout program intended to help American farmers weather President Donald Trump's trade war does not benefit foreign-owned companies.
"There was higher representation of women in foreign-owned companies than in Irish-owned enterprises.
It would replace three existing laws on Chinese and foreign equity joint ventures, non-equity joint ventures and wholly foreign-owned enterprises, Xinhua said.
As usual, foreign-owned companies their way, Bills will go up again in April, making a mockery of Theresa May's election pledge to end "sudden and unexpected and significant hikes in prices."
Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni has defended the country's new social media tax, saying Ugandans were using such platforms for "lying", and squandering the nation's hard currency on fees to foreign-owned telecoms firms.
"The staff of some foreign-owned companies is 100pc Bahraini, while there are Bahraini companies with only a handful of Bahraini employees.
17 million shares in POSCO in June 2016, 49.51 percent of its total listed stocks, the ratio of foreign-owned shares in the steelmaker has increased by nearly 10 percent over the last two years.
Securities and Exchange Commission, affirmed the National Ratings on four foreign-owned Indonesian banks and three of their financing subsidiaries.
Wendy Devenish has been appointed to the position and she will be responsible for working with US subsidiaries of foreign-owned companies that plan to expand their business operations in the US.
Policymakers encourage foreign-owned firms to procure inputs produced domestically in order to induce technology transfer.