The approval comes after the Canadian government delayed the transaction, seeking to extend the time period for determining whether the acquisition would meet scrutiny under the Investment Canada Act (ICA), Canada's national security review for foreign investments.
What does NSR stand for?
NSR stands for National Security Review
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 155 other meanings of NSR in our Acronym Attic
- New Smyrna Quarter Midget Association
- National Statistics Quality Review (UK; Department for Work and Pensions)
- Naval Staff Qualitative Requirements (India)
- National Sediment Quality Survey
- National Society for Quality Through Teamwork
- NASCAR SimRacing
- Natal Solvent Recovery (South Africa)
- National Scenic Riverway
- National Scouting Report (college athletics; Alabaster, AL)
- National Security Research, iNC
- National Simulation Resource for Transport, Metabolism and Reaction
- National Soccer Ranking (Naperville, IL)
- National Strategy Review
- NATO Staff Requirement
- Natural Stress Relief (meditation technique)
- Naval Staff Requirement
- Nazi-Soviet Relations
- Near Surface Repository
- Neck Support Ring (Bottling Industry)
- Negative Scrub Radius (vehicle steering)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Since then, this pipeline has undergone three stages of public environmental impact studies (draft, supplemental, and final) as well as detailed, public economic and national security reviews by myriad academics, consultants, and experts.
HP rejected Lenovo, however, partly because it did not want to see two American PC brands fall into a Chinese company's hands and partly because, according to market observers, the deal would potentially involve national security reviews.
And Trident should be scrapped to help plug a pounds 9billion hole in the military budget, said a national security review.
Two prospective national security reviews are also considered from the perspective of the particular influence that international human rights law might have in providing a genuinely more comprehensive analysis.
The law, which comes into force Friday after over two decades in the making, calls for national security reviews for foreign investments, protects key Chinese industries and grants authorities substantial discretion.
Bush said the proposed investment by Borse Dubai in the US exchange would face a national security review.
This article argues for establishing a strategic planning process for national security that includes three key elements: a quadrennial national security review that would identify national security objectives and priorities and develop a security strategy and implementing guidance for achieving them; an interagency process for regularly assessing the threats, challenges, and opportunities posed by the international security environment and informing the decisions of senior leaders; and a resource allocation process that would ensure that agency budgets reflect both the fiscal guidance and the national security priorities of the President.