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alien

an organism, usually a plant, that is not native to the environment in which it occurs, and that is thought to have been introduced by man.
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Provided that the Commission may, if it deems fit in the interest of capital markets, increase the limit of shareholding for foreign persons, other than foreign anchor investors, to 20% of the total issued share capital of the exchange,' the SECP said in the notification.
As a general rule, a buyer of US real property from a foreign person must withhold 15 percent of the total amount realized by the foreign person on the sale.
9796) that treat a domestic disregarded entity that is wholly owned by a foreign person as a domestic corporation separate from its owner for reporting, recordkeeping, and compliance purposes under Sees.
source payments to foreign persons are commonly exempt from withholding tax.
The current practice of allowing refunds or credits based on the amount reported as withheld on Form 1042-S, Foreign Persons U.
The Law on Establishment of Employment Relations with Foreign Persons regulates the employment of foreign persons in Macedonia.
It may seem odd, but it is absolutely true that know-how shared with certain foreign persons located in the U.
entities to foreign persons has gained greater attention in recent years.
13 (Saba) - Security statistics show that nearly 5818 Arab and foreign persons residing in Yemen have involved in several crimes took place in Yemen during the first half of 2009.
Second, given all of the recent press dealing with the use of derivatives by foreign persons (primarily offshore hedge funds) to convert what would otherwise be U.
Thompson (The Penn State Dickinson School of Law) addresses the provisions of the US Internal Revenue Code that govern the economic activities of foreign persons (inbound transactions), the foreign economic activities of US persons (outbound transactions), and cross-border mergers and acquisitions.
The purpose of FIRPTA is to impose an income tax on the gains made by foreign persons upon disposition of real property situated in the United States.

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