Tonga Foreign Policy And Government Guide

Author: USA International Business Publications
Publisher: Int'l Business Publications
ISBN: 1433049716
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USA International Business Publications. 17. (1) None of the licences, privileges
or immunities granted or conferred under this Act (including from taxation or
exchange control) shall apply to a Bank or Financial Institution licensed under
this Act or to the transactions, contracts and agreements of such a Bank of
Financial Institution after the expiry of the first and each successive year expiring
with the anniversary of the date of the issue or last renewal of such licence unless
and until such ...

Senegal Business Law Handbook

Author: International Business Publications, USA
Publisher: Int'l Business Publications
ISBN: 1438770960
Size: 42.64 MB
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Congo Democratic Republic Foreign Policy And Government Guide

Author: International Business Publications, USA.
Publisher: Int'l Business Publications
ISBN: 1433007983
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Foreign businesses curtailed operations due to uncertainty about the outcome of
the conflict, lack of infrastructure, and the difficult operating environment.
Conditions began to improve in late 2002 with the withdrawal of a large portion of
the invading foreign troops. The transitional government reopened relations with
international financial institutions and international donors, and President
KABILA began implementing reforms, although progress has been slow and the
International ...

Papua New Guinea Foreign Policy And Government Guide

Author: International Business Publications, USA.
Publisher: Int'l Business Publications
ISBN: 0739738313
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The Government also has plans to licence the operation of offshore banking
facilities in Qatar to create new financial centres and generally boost financial
activities in the country. In general, Qatar enjoys a traditional, liberal banking
service. The proposed changes, designed to open up the market to encourage
foreign investors, will give more impetus to growth in the financial sectorthat will
complement and underline the concurrent development of the industrial base of
the country.