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Affiliate

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(1) An associate.
(2) An association between two or more parties or institutions.
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A competition for 80 Forest Service mechanics' jobs was won by contractor Serco Management Services Inc., a U.S. affiliate of a British company.
importers and their distributors are excited about the opportunity to support this international markating effort, and we're excited about the Walker Racing team's prospects for success," said Robert Viejo, director of marketing and sales for Procermex, the U.S. affiliate of Groupo Modelo, brewer of Corona Extra.
Andersen Hong Kong and China announced their decisions to join PricewaterhouseCoopers last month after their U.S. affiliate was slapped with criminal charges in the United States and the loss of several key clients for its role in the collapse of energy giant Enron Corp.
-- Estro Inc., the U.S. affiliate of Italian espresso-machine maker Saeco SpA, changed its name to Saeco USA Inc.
Several rather complex sets of Federal income tax rules may also come into play if the foreign subsidiary earns significant amounts of passive income (e.g., bank account interest or dividends on portfolio stock investments),(4) has a high percentage of passive-income-producing assets (including cash),(5) lends money to a U.S. affiliate or makes certain other U.S.
White's experience in financial services includes posts as chief financial officer of Skandia America Corporation, the U.S. affiliate of a multinational insurance conglomerate, and Senior Vice President of Crum and Forster, Inc.
In 2015, the largest increases in U.S. affiliate value added by industry of affiliate were in manufacturing (in particular chemicals and transportation equipment), wholesale trade, and professional, scientific, and technical services.
30 due to a one-time gain from the sale of its stake in a U.S. affiliate.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has filed a lawsuit against Sony Electronics Inc., claiming the Japanese electronics maker has infringed its patents on digital TV technology, the U.S. affiliate of Sony Corp.
Honda produces at its U.S. affiliate, Honda of America Manufacturing Inc., about 300,000 V6 engines per annum.
Mannesmann BOGE GmbH, Bad Godesberg, Germany, through its U.S. affiliate, Fichtel & Sachs Industries, will acquire 100% ownership of the current joint venture, Eagle-Picher-Boge, L.L.C., with Eagle-Picher Industries.
The company was a conduit if (1) it did not retain for more than a temporary period the payments received from its U.S. affiliate but transferred most or all of those payments to the financing entity and (2) there was not a sufficient business purpose, apart from the treaty benefit, to justify interposing the intermediate entity between the shareholder and the U.S.