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For 24 years, 952,800 repatriates have arrived in Kazakhstan making up 5.
We welcome the new repatriates with relief that they arrived safe and sound.
So, to repatriate a body, we have to shell out around OMR350.
Lahore, July 12 ( ANI ): The United States has refused to repatriate 32 Pakistanis detained at Bagram Airbase in Afghanistan, a director in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) has said.
So we have asked the Labour Ministry to examine the possibility of reducing the years that are demanded for residence in Cyprus -- meaning the 20 years -- so a repatriate from South Africa can be entitled to a social pension," said Fakontis.
China's new transfer pricing rules could be an opportunity to repatriate cash, said PricewaterhouseCoopers Long-awaited rules on transfer pricing clarified recently by the State Administration of Taxation of China (SAT), could provide a timely opportunity for Midlands companies with business interests in China to repatriate cash efficiently.
The statement emailed to Pajhwok Afghan News said that only the Afghans in Sindh, Punjab, Islamabad and Peshawar could voluntarily repatriate to Afghanistan while the repatriation of Afghan refugees in Balochistan province will be announced later.
Its purpose was to encourage companies to repatriate those accumulated earnings in order to strengthen their domestic operations and stimulate the U.