nondomestic

nondomestic

(ˌnɒndəˈmɛstɪk)
adj
not domestic, esp not relating to the home or native country
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Harper McLeod's Scott Kerr says: "The thought of breaking into a nondomestic market can be a daunting one, but it may not be as significant a step as many businesses believe.
Financing impairment charges/average gross financing ratios have been falling due to better underwriting standards, but also showed a slight increase in 1H17 due to provisioning of some nondomestic exposures and strict Central Bank of Kuwait (CBK) provisioning requirements, but remain lower than at conventional banks," said Natoor.
During the case, Judge Furness described Morgan's criminal record as a "way of life" with 47 convictions for 208 offences - including 25 convictions for nondomestic burglary.
The bank's funding profile has generally stabilised from the back of outflows of nondomestic funding and the Qatari authorities have continued to provide funding support.
The sector had been disproportionately affected by nondomestic rates revaluation in April.
The original summonses for nondomestic rates were entirely legal and in line with the assessment of the Valuation Office, but when this position changed in light of new case law, the bills were dropped accordingly.
that strong protection of new and emerging technologies is provided; that discrimination regarding the availability, scope, use, and enforcement of nondomestic IP is eliminated; and that there are strong standards of enforcement.
The study found many nondomestic buildings in the UK use twice as much energy and emit twice as much carbon dioxide as was predicted by their designers.
Although studies of tear production and intraocular pressures of various nondomestic avian species are increasing in the scientific literature, most of the populations studied are under professional care in zoological institutions or wildlife rehabilitation settings.
She believes this contributed to the nationwide consolidation of the ideology of separate spheres, which held that women's place was in the home and men's in the world, and proposes that incarcerated women should have been encouraged, like men, to learn nondomestic chores.
3) Limit the use of water from Cauvery for domestic and nondomestic purposes in each state to the allotted or available quantities.
The state's oldest business incubator, it hosts and sponsors multiple startup competitions and holds the National Business Incubator Association Soft Landings International Designation, which recognizes an incubator's focus on welcoming nondomestic firms into its domestic market.