'It's normal for visiting foreign
ministers to meet with the chair of Asean,' Bolivar said.
901 rules that disallow foreign
tax credits for refundable and noncompulsory payments and for taxes paid to certain countries.
Individuals can exclude from income certain foreign
housing costs paid or incurred on their behalf.
On examining the research in 2005, education research analyst Janice Stewart found that foreign
language study, "especially when introduced in the early elementary school years," is associated with three additional benefits of "increased cognitive skills, higher achievement in other academic areas, and higher standardized test scores." For example:
Yet, as he notes, while the West has spent $2.3 trillion in foreign
aid over five decades, even such simple aid has not reached those sufferers.
Reflecting the view that the application of the combination rule should not be restricted to foreign
branch separate units, the proposed regulations would combine all separate units directly or indirectly owned by a single domestic corporation.
Why do the benefits of foreign
participation remain such a tough sell?
The numbers show it: Japan's inward flow of foreign
direct investment is now as little as 2.1 percent of gross domestic product.
The answer to the challenge of how best to approach the acquisition of foreign
operations in the current weak dollar environment is not to wait until the dollar recovers.
EAR's definition of the term "export" includes not only tangible goods, but also any "release" of information that could lead to production of nonexportable goods in foreign
countries, even if no goods or services are exchanged.
The IRS argues that allocations by foreign
tax partnerships without corresponding income do not give rise to the double taxation that is the economic basis for the foreign
tax credit, and that these types of allocations should not be allowed.
A clinical examination, including a nasal inspection, revealed a minimal amount of catarrh, but no other evidence of a foreign