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That which belongs to, or operates in accordance with, another nation, territory, state, or jurisdiction, as in the case of nonresident trustees, corporations, or persons.

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LAW, FOREIGN. By foreign laws are understood the laws of a foreign country. The states of the American Union are for some purposes foreign to each other, and the laws of each are foreign in the others. See Foreign laws.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Bolivar said he has yet to confirm if TIllerson and Cayetano will talk in a bilateral meeting at the sidelines of the Asean foreign ministers' meetings.
1.853-1 to reflect statutory amendments providing that the foreign tax passthrough election does not apply to taxes for which the RIC would not be allowed a credit by reason of Sec.
If an individual uses the foreign earned income or housing exclusion, any income in excess of the amount excluded is taxed (under the regular and alternative minimum tax) using the rates that would have been applied had the exclusion not been elected.
A study by Armstrong and Rogers (1997) examined the relationship between foreign language education and the basic skills of elementary school students.
The injurious consequences of foreign aid are not restricted to Africa.
Combining the loss and income would result in no DCL arising in the foreign country in the first place--an administratively easier procedure.
In short, South Koreans seem to be of two minds when it comes to foreign investors.
Despite the Livedoor-NBS flap, it appears the Japanese are serious about foreign investment.
These regulations apply to foreign nationals working for American companies and universities both abroad and within the U.S.
The temporary regulations establish a safe harbor rule under which allocations of foreign tax expenditures will be deemed in accordance with each partner's interests in the partnership.
Foreign bodies in the upper aerodigestive tract can be a significant cause of morbidity and mortality, particularly in patients at the two extremes of age.