host country


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Host Country

A foreign country in which an ambassador and diplomatic staff reside while on assignment. The ambassador and staff represent the interests and policies of their own nation while in the host country.

host country

a country that acquires production, distribution or marketing facilities as a result of FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT by a MULTINATIONAL COMPANY. For example, an investment in a production plant by the multinational company Unilever in a host country such as Kenya can help to create jobs and export earnings or import savings for Kenya. Compare SOURCE COUNTRY.
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If MNCs have direct business transactions with host country governments, political changes mean changes of exchange partners, significantly increasing the transaction costs of renegotiating the terms of contracts.
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In the following sections, we briefly review the relevant literature on corruption and its impact on FDI, and then advance hypotheses concerning how corruption in the home and host country is likely to drive FDI.
06) for those who were given a diagnosis in the host country of work than for those given a diagnosis in Armenia (Table 2).
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Completion of an interview before a review panel in the host country, conducted in the language of the host country.
The organization's policies should indicate the possibility of alternative options for GLBT employees where same-marriage is not recognized or accepted in the host country or where GLBT lifestyles are criminalized.
If your staff must pay taxes in a host country, your institution will almost certainly be required to withhold individual income taxes (and possibly social taxes) in the host country and remit them to local authorities.
However, it is not always possible to approach the contractual documentation with a light touch and the immigration requirements of the host country can often drive the employment documentation process.
The same country that violated its own treaty obligations as a host country to the U.
Under the 1947 Headquarters Agreement, the United States, as the host country of the UN, is required to allow access to the world body for foreign diplomats.
NEW YORK (CyHAN)- Commenting on the US law blocking a visa for Iran's proposed UN envoy, the chair of the UN Committee on Relations with the Host Country ambassador Nicholas Emiliou of Cyprus told reporters on Tuesday (22 Apr) that "the Committee decided to remain seized of the issue and we will revert to it if necessary.