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1. It is illogical to oppose the repatriation of economic migrants.
2. Repatriation of profits would be possible by converting roubles into hard currency on the new exchanges.
3. Applications for voluntary repatriation virtually dried up.
4. December 1989 start of involuntary repatriation of boat people p. 37122.
5. Restrictions on the repatriation of private and corporate profits and capital were also lifted.
6. It also argued for immigration controls and the repatriation of those immigrants without jobs or qualifications.
7. This has led to some repatriation of the apparel industry from the Third World back to the First.
8. The transfer or repatriation of proceeds from sales must be reported to the Bank of Ghana.
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9. Repatriation of Mortal Remains or Overseas Funeral Expenses.
10. Involuntary repatriation of Haitians began this week.
11. Once she is cleared medically effectuate her repatriation will resume.
12. The overseas receivers of the above - mentioned repatriation should be the QFII themselves.
13. Do you require medical, hospitalization and repatriation expenses cover?
14. From 1990 to 2004, profit repatriation by those businesses reached US $ 250.6 billion.
15. Arrange the cargo claiming and maritime affairs, crews repatriation, medical treatment, traveling so on.
16. China for overseas remittances, tourism, foreign exchange and repatriation of capital and other private existence, provides a variety of preferential treatment approach.
17. This allows the project to be granted favorable investment and taxation provisions, including the full repatriation of profits.
18. The fund will take out insurance against confiscation and government interference in the repatriation of profits.
19. Once caricatured as far-Right-wingers, they were dependable for their unsolicited robust views on hanging, repatriation and grisly prescriptions for homosexuals.
20. An agreement was reached during Maude's visit to increase the rate of voluntary repatriation of boat people from Hong Kong.
21. But the issue will linger on until both governments agree to resume the repatriation programme.
22. There were repeated clashes in the ensuing days as, more or less forcibly, people were escorted away for repatriation.
23. It allowed full foreign ownership of enterprises, capital protection, and repatriation of profits.
24. More than 13,000 boat people in three Hong Kong detention camps demonstrated against forced repatriation on Nov. 11-12.
25. When Eisenhower took office in January 1953, the truce talks were stalled on the question of prisoner-of-war repatriation.
26. McCain experienced episodes of torture, and refused an out-of-sequence early repatriation offer.
27. The size of the Japanese population may be explainable, at least partially, by a repatriation movement from Japan in the late 1950's and 1960's.
28. China has to on alert of hot money risk. It's impropriate to overlook U. S. economy. Emerging market should prevent the risk of U. S. dollar repatriation.
29. Where they made no concessions and rightly, was on the matter of the repatriation of prisoners.
30. Shipowners are prohibited from requiring seafarers to make an advance payment for their repatriation expenses.
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