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repatriation

a person's return, voluntary or otherwise, to the country of which he is a national.
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Two key variables act as an enabler to this contextual and interactive richness present in expatriate and repatriate experiences, namely affective social capital and cognitive social capital.
We are seeing firms evaluate their outsourcing alternatives to better support their strategic direction," says Mark Smith, Repatriate Solutions CEO.
The central bank said that it is not in any hurry to repatriate gold from the US Fed or the Bank of England.
In view of this development, authorised dealers in possession of the currency note and who wish to repatriate their stock of it may avail themselves of the services of Messrs Travelex Banknotes Limited," the circular added.
We are making every possible effort and steps to repatriate the bodies at the earliest.
corporations took advantage of the unique opportunity to repatriate earnings at nominal tax cost under Sec.
The company noted in its second quarter SEC filing that it did not expect to repatriate funds.
This suggests that if the potential repatriation problems are considered, and appropriately addressed, by the MNC in advance, repatriate turnover will occur less often (Harvey, 1989).
enforce a United States forfeiture order and repatriate the assets;
Berlin has assured Paris that is will honour its commitments and repatriate German nuclear waste reprocessed at Cap La Hague, according to France's Environment Minister Dominique Voynet.
Since then, authorities in Bangladesh have tried again and again to repatriate the refugees.
real estate markets to recover until 1996 or 1997, but the need to repatriate capital is strong.