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offshore Wiktionary.
IPA key: /f./. offshore plural offshores. offshore, in the sea away from the coast. offshore, in another country. Norwegian Bokmål edit. offshore in The Bokmål Dictionary. Norwegian Nynorsk edit. offshore in The Nynorsk Dictionary. offshore f plural offshores. offshore, offshore company.
Offshore Definition.
The primary downsides to offshore investing are the high costs involved and the increased regulatory scrutiny worldwide that offshore jurisdictions and accounts face, therefore offshore investing is beyond the means of most investors. Offshore investors may also be scrutinized by regulators and tax authorities to make sure taxes are paid.
Offshore Definition of Offshore by Merriam-Webster.
See the full definition for offshore in the English Language Learners Dictionary. offshore f-shr Kids Definition of offshore. Entry 1 of 2. 1: coming or moving away from the shore an offshore breeze. 2: located off the shore offshore oil.
Offshore company Wikipedia.
In Offshore 2020, a publication of market research published by Offshore Incorporations Limited, a leading offshore fiduciary services provider, recent surveys of industry practitioners suggest that the proportion of their work which is tax driven structuring is decreasing: from 15.9% in 2012 Smoke, Mirrors and Offshore Regulation."
Offshore Wikipedia.
Offshore fund, collective investment in offshore centers. Offshore investment, relates to the wider financial services industry in offshore centers. Offshore Stock Broker, relates to stock brokers in offshore centers. Offshore trust, trust arranged in offshore jurisdiction. Offshoring, active movement of companies to offshore centers.
OFFSHORE meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
an offshore oil rig. Offshore businesses, banks, or accounts are located in an island country or a country away from your own country. Definition of offshore from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary Cambridge University Press. offshore Business English. adjective before noun.

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