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offshore

based or operating abroad in places where the tax system is more advantageous than that of the home country

offshore

[′ȯf¦shȯr]
(geology)
The comparatively flat zone of variable width extending from the outer margin of the shoreface to the edge of the continental shelf.
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The message is clear: if the county council grants planning consent for the multitude of on-shore wind farms currently proposed, not only will this seriously damage the county's landscape, environment and tourist industry, it will prejudice the development of the off-shore wind industry in the North East.
Last week, Coral bookmakers announced they planned to set up an off-shore gambling business, swiftly followed by William Hill.
OFF-SHORE TURBINES: Seldom turning and hard to service, is how reader Dennis Grieve describes them.
He added: "I think he should take the power that he has and use it and insist Shell do an off-shore terminal.
He said his officials were in discussion with the Department for Trade and Industry and the Department for Food and Rural Affairs, adding: ``We are strongly in favour of developing off-shore wind energy and see it as a vital major contributor to any future renewable energy targets we adopt in Wales.
Other attractive investments for off-shore investors are health-related facilities including nursing homes and medical office buildings.
Chinese Wind Market Set for High Growth with Off-shore Wind Energizing Prospects
Refinery manager Neil Jayasekera said emergency repairs were being implemented on the pipeline coming from a off-shore point buoy mooring system.
Built on the Arklow Bank - one of the windiest spots in Europe - it was developed by GE Energy and Airtricity as a technology demonstration and a learning platform for off-shore wind farms.
But the Government must avoid forcing firms to off-shore through an increase in policies unfriendly to business.
RICHARDSON, Texas & LAS VEGAS -- Responding to increasing concern about the protection of PHI (Protected Health Information) on health claims, as well as PII (Personally Identifiable Information) processed off-shore, GTESS Corporation is highlighting its Claim Redaction technology, which includes removal of all PII from the digital claim file and claim image prior to its dispatch for off-shore processing.
GREEN energy specialist Airtricity is on course to begin building Ireland's first off-shore power farm in three months - providing it gets Government assistance.