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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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Second, a foreign person may be able to access controlled technology based on the combination of the technology's type or level of control and the foreign person's home country.
Sydney Airport's constitution sets out the process for disposal of securities to prevent it from becoming a Foreign Person or to remedy the situation if it became a Foreign Person.
To add a layer of "insurance," a reduced or no-withholding option can be applied when the foreign person's country of residence is treaty friendly
business by a foreign person if it threatens national security under the socalled Exon-Florio Amendment.
FDAP income is subject to a 30 percent withholding tax that is imposed on a foreign person's gross income (subject to reduction or elimination by an applicable income tax treaty) and ECI is subject to tax on a net basis at the graduated tax rates generally applicable to U.S.
The SECP has increased the shareholding limit on foreign persons or institutions under the Stock Exchange (Corporatisation, Demutualisation and Integration) Regulations 2012.
Under that regime, a domestic corporation is entitled to a 37.5 percent deduction (falling to 21.875 percent after 2025) in respect of its foreign-derived intangible income, or FDII, earned with respect to the sale of goods or provision of services to foreign persons. (6) The deduction is generally available for income derived from the sale of goods or provision of services to unrelated foreign persons as well as sales or services to related foreign persons, provided that the property sold to the related foreign person is either resold or used in the sale of other property to an unrelated foreign person or that, in the case of services, the related party does not provide substantially similar services to persons in the United States.
He also said that the law prohibits receiving any cash, donations or financial support from any juridical Egyptian or foreign person, foreign country or entity, international organization or any entity whose capital is contributed by foreign person.
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.
Under the newly finalized regulations, disregarded entities wholly owned by a foreign person will now be treated as domestic corporations for the limited purpose of the reporting, record-maintenance, and other compliance requirements under Sec.

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