subsidiary


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Synonyms for subsidiary

Synonyms for subsidiary

giving or able to give help or support

a local unit of a business or an auxiliary controlled by such a business

Synonyms for subsidiary

an assistant subject to the authority or control of another

a company that is completely controlled by another company

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functioning in a supporting capacity

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Almost half (45 percent) of public company and subsidiary actions involved Broker Dealer or Investment Advisor/Investment Company allegations.
By providing business to the industries, the government can get more benefit for its subsidiary amount as it provides work across an entire supply chain.
Other details of the relationship between the mother-company and the subsidiary are not in Law no.31/1990, Romanian law being limited to this definition.
Keywords Internalization advantages * MNC knowledge inflows * Subsidiary importance * Subsidiary local experience
The phrase "take-over" is sometimes associated with the concept of a subsidiary. This offers a kind of double condemnation.
However, the reality is that corporate governance challenges are far wider and more complex in most corporations with vast subsidiary networks.
- Bank Gospodarki Zywnosciowej (subsidiary of Rabobank)
In addition to the highest tax among these four items, section 210.1 adds a separate tax on subsidiary capital at nine-tenths of a mill ($.0009) for each dollar of subsidiary capital allocated to New York, based on the fair market value of real property and marketable securities and the book value of other personal property.
Both notices involved a subsidiary's purchase of its parent's stock for property, where the parent or the subsidiary (or both) is foreign.
In the past, these large MNEs were viewed as centralized, hierarchically run organizations with little, if any, strategic decision-making capability present, or entrepreneurship permitted, at the subsidiary level, much in line with modern Williamsonian thinking on the multidivisional company (Williamson, 1985).
Tokyo, Japan, Dec 28, 2006 - (JCN) - Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation (MCC) has announced that a sales subsidiary for marketing the MCC Group products and procuring materials in China launches operations as of January 3, 2007.
from a 100 percent-owned foreign subsidiary? Specifically, do you state the frequency that excess cash should be transferred back to the U.S., and is it stated in terms of number of months of cash flow or some other measure?
of Transportation approved the transfer of the operating certificate of defunct Independence Air to Northwest Airlines, moving it closer to launching its new Regional subsidiary Compass Airlines.
To make its insurance subsidiary a leader in the field, OBH Inc.
Firstly the court has ruled countries that allow the tax-free payment of dividends from a subsidiary to a parent company must allow this tax break where a subsidiary is based in another EU member state.