European Economic Community

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1 billion of Euromarket issuance from these countries with New York governing law, around $11.
Given this, the country's access to commercial lending has been compromised, and its ability to issue bonds on the Euromarket has been reduced.
As Brian Sernkow notes, the Bond Underwriters Association of Japan has estimated that for a Y10 billion bond, the commission fees in the domestic bond market are Y53 million, whereas, in the Euromarket, they are only Y3.
The Euromarket, after which the magazine was named, was the predecessor to today's mainstream global capital markets.
80) This freedom from regulatory constraints is the "raison d'etre for the Euromarket.
In August police stormed Sayers' Euromarket cash and carry business at around 8.
Interest under the fixed rate option will be based upon Euromarket rates for the relevant term and currency plus a bank margin.
The other nine finalists among Bulgaria's Top Managers for 2012 include Boryana Manolova, CEO of Siemens Bulgaria; Dragan Radivoevich, General Director of Kamenitza AD; Elena Marinova, President and Partner at Musala Soft; Zoya Paunova, CEO of AstraZeneca Bulgaria; Ivaylo Borisov, CEO of Euromarket Group; Krasimir Uzunov, owner and manager of Interservice Uzunovi; Levon Hampartsoumian, chairman of the managing board and CEO of UniCredit Bulbank; Orlin Popov, owner and general manager of Happy Bar & Grill and Happy Sushi; Sotir Nemov, manager of SI Commercial 7.
Uridashi bonds are debt issued in the euromarket and sold mainly to Japanese individual investors.
Before that, Guev was head of the public relations department at Bulgarian Telecommunications Company, Euromarket Group and Mak Media.
Suomen Lahikauppa group is Finland's market leader in local stores and has more than 750 convenience stores of different sizes that operate under the brand names of Siwa, Valintatalo and Euromarket.
An identical story explains the difference in risk premia between the domestic JY TIBOR market and the [yen] LIBOR Euromarket.
Burke is convinced that she is rendering an important social service, trying out products, recommending only useful items to those who follow Delphi, and getting people to buy in order to support the economy: and so, "Delphi starts on a Euromarket shopping spree.
Sales outside national markets are generally accomplished by placements in the unregulated Euromarket or in the United States through unregistered private placements to institutional investors under Securities and Exchange Commission Rule 144a.
An international market for government bonds in "hard" currencies (those of the highly industrialized countries) first reemerged in the postwar era with developed country issuers in the Euromarket.