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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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Together, the higher corporate take-home pay than in the more restricted markets of several European countries and the greater disclosure than in many governance regimes, have produced an environment in which executive pay is the story that will not die.
Vacationing workers whose data may not immediately match what is stored in the system or whose countries of destination are among those considered restricted markets will not be able to access the self-print service.
Both chemicals have been widely used for the control of fruit fly in horticultural production and for market access purposes for produce entering into fruit fly restricted markets.
The intention of this six point kava solution plan is to advance the research, development and supply of kava globally, eventually leading to the return of kava to restricted markets.
The agreement was depicted as the herald of the new globalized economy, in which American exporters would gain lucrative access to previously restricted markets.
Liberalisation: Enter previously restricted markets and increase foreign investment options.
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The company is unique in that in addition to its leading domain technology, it provides the professional services necessary to overcome the "local presence" barriers associated with securing a domain name in restricted markets.
New flights from Boston, Miami would increase customer choices in one of world's most tightly restricted markets
The company is unique in that it provides the services necessary to overcome the "local presence" barriers associated with securing a domain name in restricted markets.
1GlobalPlace is unusual in that it provides the services necessary to overcome the "local presence" barriers associated with securing a domain name in restricted markets, such as Germany.
However, as long as higher input costs, restricted markets abroad and low commodity prices are the norm, federal assistance is needed until fundamental conditions improve," said Pauli.
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