from overseas

from overseas

from a location on the other side of the Atlantic or Pacific Ocean, according to the point of view of someone located in the U.S. The latest word from overseas is that the treaty has been signed. Is there any news from overseas about the war?
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He said that 268 applications were received from overseas Pakistanis, out of 170 complaints redressed whereas the district government was working on 70 applications for further proceeding.
The Electoral Commission hopes that the new online process will encourage more UK nationals living overseas to register to take part in elections from overseas, said an announcement from the British High Commission in Nicosia.
Three government-linked banks, namely First Commercial Bank, Chang Hwa Bank and Hua Nan Bank, will establish a total of about 10 branches this year since they expect to see growing profits from overseas operations.
Last year First and Chang Hwa both saw profits generated from overseas operations account for 15% of their total earnings and the percentage is expected to grow to 20% this year; while Hua Nan's corresponding percentage was 20%, which is very likely to jump to 30% in 2010.
First, dividends from overseas second-tier subsidiary will also be eligible for tax credit.
The new wave of import architecture is a matter of culture and commerce, with US clients more ready to look to the wider world of architecture to find the best talent for building and the site, possibly because they think they are more likely to get the unexpected from overseas designers (the shock of the exotic) or, more venally, that somehow regulatory authorities will be more lenient with guys who just don't understand the local rules.
The idea of America is one of inclusivity and welcome; and in embracing the best architects (and now engineers) from overseas, the US strengthens and refreshes its own architectural culture by importing as well as exporting.
authorities seeking information from overseas also may consider the use of subpoenas issued to persons or entities located within the United States that have actual or constructive possession of the information located overseas.
They are not only a leader in manufacturing the operating systems and infrastructure that help the Internet run, but they get approximately 40% of their revenues from overseas," he says.
Since the reform and open door policy implemented by Chinese authorities in the late 1970s, the door of the Chinese drug market began opening up to the world step by step, which gave a fillip to the imported drugs from overseas pharmaceutical manufacturers and producers.
OPAC is consisting 137-member across the globe to get feedback and suggestions from Overseas Pakistanis to furnish policies in future.
Ever since our company went public in 1992, we have seen substantial interest from overseas, and, in particular, U.
Commissioner Afzaal Bhatti said that more than four thousand complaints of different nature had been received from overseas Pakistanis, out of which, 50 percent had already been resolved.