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extra-territoriality

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  • CME Chief Executive Craig Donohue said the "extra-territoriality" impact of Dodd-Frank was one of the greatest areas of uncertainty in the yet-to-be-finalized Dodd-Frank agenda.

    Exchange Leaders Warn on Regulatory Arbitrage

  • And because the concept of "extra-territoriality" applies to U.S. export controls, the full force of U.S. law follows an exported item throughout the international supply chain.

    U.S.-China Trade Highlights Cumbersome Export Controls

  • The offer to revise their treaty to eliminate extra-territoriality was rejected so as not to interfere with similar negotiations with the Great Powers.

    Hawaiian Kanji

  • I based my guess on their extra-territoriality by the the titles of the headers I see in my in-box.

    Friday Potpourri

  • Personally, I think if they feel they can justify the taxation of in-game items for other in-game items or in-game currency, then it is a logical extension that a virtual world should enjoy extra-territoriality and diplomatic concessions afforded other nations.

    The Taxman Cometh?

  • The document calls on states to establish national action plans by 2000 and to increase the penalties for such illicit activities, notably by broadening extra-territoriality clauses enabling states to prosecute offenders in the country where the offense was committed.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • They have said this about extra-territoriality both in connection with the Helms-Burton Act and also with respect to the D'Amato amendment.

    Press Briefing By Mike Mccurry

  • In the past, great respect has been shown to consulates even to the extent of allowing them privileges of extra-territoriality, and frequently political refugees have sought asylum under the flag of

    Santo Domingo A Country with a Future

  • In various publications in the East and in Europe the writer has attempted to show how disastrous extra-territoriality has been to China; on the present occasion it will suffice to name this violation of a nation's rights as justifying resistance to the last on the part of patriots in Japan.

    Continental Monthly, Vol. 4, No 3, September 1863 Devoted to Literature and National Policy

  • Hence to the right of residing in a country contrary to the will of its government is joined the correlative, that of compelling the feeble state to abdicate its sovereignty to the extent of exempting the intrusive foreigner from local jurisdiction -- of according the advantage of extra-territoriality.

    Continental Monthly, Vol. 4, No 3, September 1863 Devoted to Literature and National Policy

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