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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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Chemical and financial sectors also managed to repatriate higher profits and dividends in the month under review.
The repatriate status was given to 28 people from Uzbekistan, 57 form Tajikistan, 4 from China and 2 for person without citizenship.
The draft bill is to be voted in the Chamber of Deputies and, if approved, the central bank would have to repatriate the gold it currently keeps with the Bank of England.
Both the countries also agreed to repatriate 778 Muslims and 444 Hindu refugees a few months back, The Myanmar Times reported.
"With Apple & Cook set to repatriate roughly $200 billion of cash based on our estimates we believe accelerated buybacks, another dividend hike, and potentially larger M&A will be the trifecta of benefits shareholders could expect to see in 2018," GBH said.
Mark Mazower has suggested that the main reason for these wartime and postwar population transfers was "the inter-war era's unsatisfactory experience with minorities in the new nation states; people were being moved in order to consolidate political boundaries." (19) Although the campaign to repatriate diaspora Armenians to Soviet Armenia was based on the principle of voluntary movement, it was entirely in keeping with this broader desire to consolidate boundaries and create ethnically homogenous states.
A Tunisian diplomat in Jeddah is now working to complete procedures to repatriate the Tunisian nationals, noting that some refuse to be fingerprinted for fear of being banned from Saudi Arabia to perform the rites of Hajj.
State revenue from the arrangement which will help repatriate Cypriot funds should flow to holders of bank bonds, depositors and bank shareholders who lost money in Cyprus's banking crisis, and members of vulnerable groups.
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.
With the unique perspective of having been on the customer and provider side of the outsourcing industry for over 30 years, the founders of Repatriate Solutions have developed and executed solutions for the changes occurring in the market.
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has directed authorised foreign exchange dealers and the general public to repatriate the stock of UK 50 pounds bill with the portrait of John Houbion in their possession from circulation.
Manila: Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) on Thursday ordered recruitment agencies to repatriate Filipinos staying in government-run half-way houses as it said manpower suppliers who refused to do so to risk being penalised.