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“European governments want their home-country financial firms to roll over as much as €30 billion in Greek bonds that become due in the coming years, to share the burden of a new aid package to Greece with private investors, leaving some respite to their strained national budgets.”
“But whatever the case, thanks for keeping her away from her home-country, where we already have way enough right-wing crazies to cater for.”
“For them, my new Japanese family and their home-country in need, I will wear my heart on my cheek.”
“In January, nine airlines from the four European countries sent their governments a common letter attacking export subsidies and the home-country rule.”
“And equally important for her nerves, she says, was the experience of winning the Grand Prix tournament in Chennai in southern India earlier this year, where she overcame the home-country pressure that she had hitherto found as crushing as it was exhilarating.”
“But I know there are a least some members of MexConnect who have lived in Mexico and subsequently chose to return to their former home-country.”
“One of the main threats to profits isn't price shifts or competition, it's home-country customs inspectors.”
“And, if not England (its home-country), which is the ideal place for the learning of this language?”
“Here, it is possible to find courses for adults or children, short and long-term courses, professional or general courses, all designed following the individual needs of every foreign student who chooses to discover the English language in its home-country.”
“By designating these two countries nonmarket economies, Commerce gets to measure the "home-country price" by using proxy values from some third country such as Indonesia or the Philippines, on the theory that prices in a nonmarket economy are meaningless.”
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