Own foreign offices

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Own foreign offices

U.S. reporting institutions' parent organizations, branches, and/or majority owned subsidiaries located outside the United States.

Own Foreign Offices

In U.S. tax, a category for any company related to an American company that is based outside the United States. That is, if a company reporting American taxes has a parent company, subsidiary, or branch overseas, it must report the income of these companies under "own foreign offices."
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Meanwhile, it has emerged one of his own Foreign Office ministers, Sir Alan Duncan, said on the eve of the referendum that Mr Johnson only supported Brexit to position himself as David Cameron's successor - and never expected or wanted a Leave win
Local authorities cannot impose their own boycotts, as though they had their own foreign office.
Last week, during a debate in parliament, I and a number of SNP colleagues called for the UK government to review their sales of weapons to countries which their own Foreign Office list as being of concern with regard to human rights.
Would we need to create our own Foreign Office, with teams of ambassadors and consuls to represent our interests abroad?
But after an act of terrorism, the club received advice from a variety of sources, including our own Foreign Office.
Egyptians are outraged at Germany's disinterest and the inaction of their own foreign office.
Hillary Clinton and our own Foreign Office assure us that it is a central plank of their mission.
The weirdest thing is that you've had officials from the Pakistani government happily telling the press where he is and yet our own Foreign Office are unable to say what's happened to him.
And our own Foreign Office has failed to publish its promised ``dossier of evidence'' about alleged Iraqi weapons of mass destruction.
I've no doubt our own Foreign Office is doing the same.
Our own Foreign Office seems to have been particularly silent in the whole affair, quite content to have them tried under Greek law and under Greek conditions without resort to the niceties of diplomatic contact to have the charges either dropped completely or at least reduced to misdemeanour status or perhaps trespass.
Unfortunately for nearly 8000 British tourists and residents trapped in riot- torn Indonesia, there hasn't been much help and protection coming from their own Foreign Office.