Repatriated Profit

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Repatriated Profit

Profit earned in a foreign country that one wishes to bring into the borders of one's own country. For example, a corporation in the United States may repatriate the profits earned by a French subsidiary. Repatriated profit may be subject to special tax rules.
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The report by the US Commerce Department's Bureau of Economic Analysis showed that Bermuda was by far the largest source of repatriated profits.
A higher yen against the dollar, in general, weighs on Japanese exporters because their goods are more expensive in foreign markets while their repatriated profits shrink.
Efforts are to be made to ensure that the total annual foreign direct investment inflows from China should not be less than the yearly total repatriated profits and loan repayments to the Chinese investors and government.
My hope is that corporations will use those newfound profits or repatriated profits to invest in hiring people and in capital equipment, but there's no indication that they will.
In contrast, under current law these dividends or repatriated profits are taxable in the United States, but with a credit for the underlying foreign income taxes paid on the profits that produced the dividends.
"The associated local currency weakness increases the cost of servicing unhedged foreign currency debt obligations, reduces repatriated profits in foreign currency and lowers operating margins, as companies are not able to pass on high import costs to the consumer", adds Mr Bate.
The research claims that approximately US$203 billion flowed out of the country in 2015 in the form of repatriated profits of multinational corporations, money moved into tax havens, and costs imposed by climate change adaptations.
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Japan's major exporters have seen their bottom line dented by the sharp rise in the currency, which makes them less competitive overseas and shrinks the value of repatriated profits.
Electing to be treated as a foreign corporation allows the repatriated profits to be treated as dividends, potentially subject to favorable U.S.
The plunge in the value of yen has made Japanese automakers more competitive overseas and boosted the value of repatriated profits.
Toyota's latest operating profit rose 20 per cent -- largely owing to cost cuts and a sharp decline in the yen, which inflates the value of exporters' repatriated profits -- even as sales edged lower to 8.97 million units.