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Alimony

Periodic payments made to a former spouse (or a current spouse from whom one is separated). Alimony is tax deductible for the paying person and is taxable income for the receiving person.
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Domestic support for Indonesia's global role through the SSC framework can be generated through the engagement of the private sector and civil society, which is still minimal.
"We have already seen this in the case of NAFTA, where many of its auto proposals have failed to gain domestic support in the U.S."
When China acceded to the WTO in 2001, some of its domestic support for agricultural producers became subject to limits that apply to support measured through Aggregate Measurements of Support (AMSs) for individual products.
The agreement includes three key elements on market access, domestic support and export competition.
The country itself hasAaAaAeAeAaAeAeA been the site of several terrorist attacks by ISIS sympathiz and the government has sought to crack down on domestic support for the group.
But facing a Republican-controlled Congress, which largely does not recognise the threat of climate change, he needs domestic support for a deal to stick.
Moreover, he has suffered stigma from community people and from his father as he was unable to render domestic support.
The AoA provides the legal framework of trade in agriculture, which aims to establish "a fair and market-oriented agricultural trading system." (62) This objective is pursued through "substantial progressive reductions in agricultural support and protection." (63) The AoA comprises three essentials, namely market access, reductions in domestic support, and reductions in export subsidies.
The United States would be the only major agricultural power which would need to reform its agricultural policies significantly in order to meet proposed new limits on domestic support, according to some World Trade Organization members.
A global survey conducted across 30 countries measuring the confidence citizens have in their own leaders has found that China's President Xi Jinping enjoys most domestic support in handling domestic and international affairs, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi coming a close second.
! PARIS, Safar 11, 1435, Dec 14, 2013, SPA -- Domestic support for a French peacekeeping operation in Central African Republic has fallen quickly since the deaths of two young soldiers, a poll showed on Saturday, according to Reuters.
Domestic support for Turkey's European Union membership is losing its momentum, as two thirds of Turks say they've lost their appetite for the EU bid and believe Ankara should abandon its pursuit of full membership, a recent study has shown.The survey demonstrated that while one third of those surveyed agreed Turkey should persevere with the goal of becoming an EU member, two-thirds of the public lean closer to the view that Turkey should not become a full member.