Restricted Market

Restricted Market

The market for a currency whose value is not determined by the free market. A restricted market may involve a pegged currency or even a nonconvertible currency. In extreme cases, the official value of a restricted currency bears only a rough relationship to its actual value.
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Currently, Olalia pointed out, China remains a restricted market for Filipino HSWs, since Chinese laws prohibits Chinese nationals from employing foreigner.
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The stand-alone BCA could be adjusted downward if there is evidence of restricted market access and a failure to refinance existing obligations, if there are sizeable losses due to operational or legal issues, and/or if capitalisation declines materially below similarly rated peers.
With the value of more than USD570bn, the Saudi equity market is the largest substantially restricted market in the world.
The KFCC, along with the Karnataka Television Association ( KTVA) and Karnataka Film Producers' Association ( KFPA) were of the view that dubbed movies would harm the local culture and hit Kannada movies that have a restricted market and fight for screens with films of other languages.
Qualcomm's business practices ''excluded and restricted market competition, hampered and restrained technical innovation and development, harmed consumers' interests, and violated the country's anti-monopoly law,'' it said in a statement.
Rowett, of course, is working in a restricted market due to finances.
That was followed by a focus on Russia during the last decade to seek share in their restricted market.
The agreements also say the homes can only be sold on to locals, creating a restricted market that can prove difficult for sellers with banks unwilling to mortgage the properties.
Japan wants the United States to allow the import of greater numbers of Japanese automobiles while the United States once again tried to tackle Japan's restricted market for agricultural products.
Firstly, they meet the needs of an economically restricted market, as tourists demand more affordable prices and safer holiday options, and secondly they maintain control over the quality of the tourist product they sell.
The tough competition in the retail market, combined with the restricted market for limited purpose banking in India, has driven the bank to the decision, according to sources in a report.
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