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 Why Companies Invest Overseas

Gillette Company, Memorandum of determinations, IIC 1143 (1982), 1982, Iran (OPIC), Overseas Private Investment Corporation [OPIC]

Gillette Company, Memorandum of determinations, IIC 1158 (1983), 1983, Iran (OPIC), Overseas Private Investment Corporation [OPIC]

EVETTS, George (1882 - 1958), Director of Public Utility Companies at home and overseas

MidAmerican Energy Holdings Company, Memorandum of determinations, IIC 168 (1999), 1st November 1999, Indonesia (OPIC), Overseas Private Investment Corporation [OPIC]

Rheem Manufacturing Company, Memorandum of determinations, IIC 1002 (1966), 1st September 1966, Philippines (OPIC), Overseas Private Investment Corporation [OPIC]

Crow Construction Company, Memorandum of determinations, IIC 1006 (1968), 6th November 1968, Jordan (OPIC), Overseas Private Investment Corporation [OPIC]

Bethlehem Iron Mines Company, Memorandum of determinations, IIC 1010 (1971), 7th April 1971, Chile (OPIC), Overseas Private Investment Corporation [OPIC]

Ford Motor Company, Memorandum of determinations, IIC 1011 (1971), 8th October 1971, Chile (OPIC), Overseas Private Investment Corporation [OPIC]

Walsh Construction Company, Memorandum of determinations, IIC 1012 (1972), 23rd February 1972, Sudan (OPIC), Overseas Private Investment Corporation [OPIC]

Northern Indiana Brass Company, Memorandum of determinations, IIC 1020 (1973), 22nd January 1973, Chile (OPIC), Overseas Private Investment Corporation [OPIC]

Ensign Bickford Company, Memorandum of determinations, IIC 1028 (1973), 1st July 1973, Chile (OPIC), Overseas Private Investment Corporation [OPIC]

Reynolds Metal Company, Memorandum of determinations, IIC 1048 (1975), 20th February 1975, Guyana (OPIC), Overseas Private Investment Corporation [OPIC]

 

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A company incorporated outside the UK that has a branch or a subsidiary company in the UK. Overseas companies with a place of business in the UK have to make a return to the Registrar of Companies, giving particulars of their memorandum of association, directors, and secretary as well as providing an annual balance sheet and profit and loss account.

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