Unilateral transfers

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Unilateral transfers

Items in the current account of the balance of payments of a country's accounting books that correspond to gifts from foreigners or pension payments to foreign residents who once worked in the particular country.

Unilateral Transfers

Gifts that foreigners make to citizens of a country or vice versa. Unilateral transfers are recorded in the country's balance of payments.
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A letter written by Andhra Pradesh chief minister and TDP leader N Chandrababu Naidu to the Election Commission of India (ECI) reads, "Whether it is unilateral transfer of the DG Intelligence (who was also in charge of the security of Honourable CM's Z plus security) or the unilateral transfer of Superintendents of Police of various districts or the transfer of Chief Secretary without seeking a panel from the state government, the ECI acted on the frivolous and frequent complaints by office bearers of opposition party in AP i.e.
In cases of multiple-digit amputation at a level distal to the web, bilateral STT is preferred because unilateral transfer of the second and third toes combined would create the appearance of syndactyly.
We therefore propose the term of "unilateral transfer" for this domain of actions.
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 "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.
The idea of the grants economy (unilateral transfer payments) came to Boulding as a result of trying to synthesize and integrate the social sciences.
Any multinational or joint venture operating or seeking to operate in Eastern Europe cannot expect to make a unilateral transfer of U.S.
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.e.
Government liabilities 1,077 1,042 35 Unilateral transfer, net ...
Net unilateral transfer were $10.8 billion in the first quarter, compared with $9.2 billion in the fourth.
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