The international community can make a difference in preventing such abuse through concerted action to press China to stop repatriating
North Korean refugees and provide increased protection for them,'' it said.
corporations responded strongly to this incentive, by repatriating
over $300 billion in earnings from foreign subsidiaries; see Graham, "U.
What is more, these changes have occurred relatively independently of each other, and unlike people who have remained in the home country, repatriating
managers and their families are less likely to have examined the interplay between their personal changes and the changes that have occurred in the home country The problem is that these changes suddenly confront each other upon return, explaining why many repatriates report reentry as being even more difficult than the initial move overseas.
foreign earnings is unlikely, if passed, to support growth-oriented investment by U.
profits Apple is in focus because of its $145 billion cash stockpile, much of it offshore.
Foreign firms operating in Sudan particularly airlines and telecom companies have been barred by the central bank for several years from repatriating
its profits abroad.
If you assume the average expat repatriating
BD500 a month, then you get over BD3 billion repatriated every year.
officials on Tuesday started repatriating
ethnic minority refugees who fled to Cambodia from Vietnam last year, a Cambodian governor confirmed.
4 Kyodo Taiwan suggested Thursday repatriating
next Tuesday nine Chinese nationals who hijacked aircraft from the mainland to Taiwan in the early 1990s, but China avoided giving a clear-cut response to the proposal.
Schneider uncovered a revealing internal memo during discovery: "All risk to us seems to be associated with not repatriating
the remains," it reads.