Country Screening

Country Screening

When making international investment decisions, the process of organizing potential investments by country. Country screening can be useful as it may help one recognize risks associated with each specific country. See also: Country risk.
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Middlesbrough will be one of only 20 towns across the country screening the Royal Ballet's production of Mayerling and the Royal Opera's La Rondine and Tosca.
And to give credit, the administration has, in some areas, reasserted itself and changed course, most notably in the effort to halt Israeli construction in occupied Jerusalem and in scraping the 14 country screening plan.
We are one of only a few trusts in the country screening all patients admitted to our wards for the presence of MRSA on their skin.
They introduced a retinal camera and table donated by company Topcon and the Birmingham and Black Country Screening Programme.
Mum Susan hasn't come up to Llandudno to see the gig -she works for Breast Test Wales, travelling the country screening women for breast cancer -but Katherine is looking forward to seeing her when she performs in Cardiff's St David's Hall next Sunday.
Restricted Party & Critical Country Screening - Automatically screen each party to the transaction against a comprehensive list of restricted parties and embargoed countries.
In addition to our annual festival in NYC, the festival also tours the country screening an ever-growing selection of films to areas throughout the US.
As part of the BP Summer Big Screens Programme 2009, Middlesbrough is one of 20 towns across the country screening productions of the Royal Ballet's Ondine and the Royal Opera's La Traviata and The Barber of Seville.
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