The fourth--and final--illustration ties in with the above notion that bilateral action and unilateral transfer
are of foremost importance since they can systematically occur among persons who are indifferent vis-a-vis each other.
Ivan Iskrov, governor of the Bulgarian National Bank, said, 'Based on the proposals, Bulgaria's accession to this banking union will be reduced mainly to significant unilateral transfer
of national sovereignty to Brussels and Frankfurt, but in return our country will get nothing.
If Israel had arrested its unilateral transfer
of Jewish citizens to Palestinian land in 1991 once it had embarked upon a peace process based on the return of occupied territory, the number of Jewish settlers in the West Bank would have been less than 50 per cent of what it is today.
The type of unilateral transfer
on which this article focuses is charity.
The "domino" effect from a single, unilateral transfer
by MRQ can be profound.
1976), rev'g 63 TC 570 (1975), the taxpayer's unilateral transfer
of assets to a reserve held in trust, even though the transfer placed the money beyond the tax payer's control, was not the equivalent of payment to a Sec.
Any multinational or joint venture operating or seeking to operate in Eastern Europe cannot expect to make a unilateral transfer
A unilateral transfer
of capital from country [alpha] to country [beta] improves the latter country's terms of trade if its initial imports are cheaper at the new price, i.
Government liabilities 1,077 1,042 35 Unilateral transfer
, net .
5 billion flowed out of the United States as unilateral transfers
For both years, the largest downward adjustments to Canadian southbound transactions result from definitional adjustments to eliminate withholding taxes from current unilateral transfers
, from statistical adjustments to affiliated services, and from definitional adjustments to "other" investment income.
The most stable parts (of the inflows) are remittances and the unilateral transfers
," he said.