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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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Dividend repatriation from a foreign subsidiary to the parent company is one of the examples of foreign exchange risk for the MNCs.
The total cost of the repatriations was originally expected to be $10m, but is now estimated to cost no more than $7m.
Profit repatriation during the July-January period of FY 2017-18 registered a 26 percent rise year-on-year (YoY), reported an English daily.
These incentives arise because multinational corporations incur a tax cost upon repatriation of foreign earnings generally equal to the difference between the U.S.
Repatriations will now be held at RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire, after they were moved to RAF Lyneham in April 2007, when Brize Norton was closed for runway repairs.
Hundreds of people attended the ceremony which reflected the simple and dignified nature of the military repatriations which have passed through the town for the last four years.
In conclusion, the resilience, bravery, and capability of African refugees to deal with their own voluntary repatriations without much assistance from the international community is laudable, and their desire to return home represents an acute optimistic indication towards durable solutions to the African refugee crisis.
In trying to justify the repatriations he thus invoked the traditional Cuban fears of black criminality, disease, and immorality.
The Career Planning and Development Department spearheaded the effort to develop and implement a world-class repatriation process.
The DFA said the repatriation of 610 Filipino workers being flown out of Kuwait today is also the biggest number to be flown home since it began its repatriation efforts nine days ago.
A ceremony has marked the end of repatriations through Wootton Bassett with the Union flag on the town's high street being taken down.
Summary: A ceremony will mark the end of repatriations through Wootton Bassett later, when the Union flag on the high street is taken down.